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Archeologists discover ancient mounds in Iran’s Kerman Province

Archeologists have found over 40 ancient mounds in Iran’s southeastern Province of Kerman. According to Press TV, archeologists from Germany’s Tubingen University and the Iranian Research Center for Cultural Heritage and Tourism discovered 42 ancient mounds near the city of Faryab…See more:


Sohrab Sepehri’s painting sold for $845K at 4th Tehran Auction

The fourth Tehran Auction has broken the all-time record of Iran’s art auctions thanks to the sale of a painting by Iranian renowned poet Sohrab Sepehri for over $845,000, which brought the total revenue of the sales to over $6.4 million…See more:$845k-at-4th-tehran-auction

Official: Iran among top five countries in regional music

Iran is among the top five countries in the world in terms of regional music, said an official. According to Iran Daily, Managing Director of the Institute for the Promotion of Contemporary Arts Mehdi Afzali added that regional music can represent the cultural and ethnic diversity and history of Iran at Milan Expo 2015…See more:

Spokeswoman: Iran resolved to expand relations with Bulgaria

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham underlined that Tehran is resolved to broaden its relations with Bulgaria. “The Iranian government is determined to strengthen cooperation…See more:

Iran defeats Tunisia in FINA World Water Polo Development

Iran crushed Tunisia 19-5 in the 5th FINA World Water Polo Development on Wednesday. According to Tasnim news agency, Iran had already defeated Guatemala 20-2 and Indonesia 18-6 in their two previous matches…See more:

Iran to use indigenous drones to protect environment

Iran’s Aircraft Manufacturing Company (HESA) and Isfahan’s Department of Environment signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for cooperation on using domestically-made drones in environmental protection…See more:

Persepolis sends message of Iran’s strength: Rouhani

Iran’s President has visited the historical city of Persepolis, better known as the Throne of Jamshid (Takht-e Jamshid) to Iranians, saying the site conveys the message of the Iranian nation’s capability and strength…See more:

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