Aspects of Iran
History & Culture
Science & Technology
Behind The Scenes
Markazi Historical Sites
Much of the territory across this western Iranian province is dotted with little known historic monuments.
Zaribafi: Brocade Weaving
This silk fabric interwoven with gold or silver threads combines magnificence, uniqueness and glamor.
Dooshab: A Wholesome Sweet Dessert
Travel with us to Iran’s north to learn about a ceremony for extracting wild persimmon juice, known for its health benefits.
Sightseeing in Bandar Abbas
Today we’re going to travel to the hot and humid Province of Hormozgan along the southern shores of Iran.
Natanz City in Isfahan
Throughout history, the Silk Road has come to be known as the pathway of trade as well as dialog among cultures. In Ancient Persia, the Silk Road ran through the country’s central cities such as Natanz.
Fishing Industry in Southern Iran
Iran has excellent potential to expand its fishing industry due to its favorable environmental conditions along different sections of its coastline and in inland lakes and reservoirs.
Religious Sites in Hormozgan
Since time immemorial, people have built magnificent monuments to hold religious ceremonies and for worship.
Jashak Salt Domes in Bushehr
This extraordinary mountainous area is believed to be the site of the largest salt domes in Iran and across the Middle East.
Join us for a visit to the city of Roodsar in Iran’s northern Gilan Province and a tour of historical sites Temijan Bridge & Band-e Bon Castle.
Exploring History in Firoozabad
Today, we’re headed to a place in Iran’s Fars Province where the founder of the Persian Sassanian dynasty, Ardeshir Babakan, set the grounds for his empire.
Today we’re going to take you to this hot and humid province in southern Iran for a glimpse into some colorful local dishes.
Morteza Motahhari in a Frame
Join us for a look at the life of one of the most influential figures in the contemporary history of Iran.
Poles thank Iran for warm WWII welcome
The 75th anniversary of the arrival of more than 120,000 Polish refugees in Iran during World War II was marked in Tehran and Isfahan with a string of cultural events courtesy of the Polish government as a token of appreciation for the warm welcome they received at the time from Iranians.
Historical Attractions in Arak
This historical city was originally known as Sultan-Abad, but since 1937, it has been known as Arak.
We bet you haven’t heard much about this city. On this edition of Iran Program, Ali Rashid will give you a glimpse of this amazing destination.
All around the world people with creative imagination make amazing handmade pieces. Now, combine that with traditional art that goes back centuries and tada!
When traveling, we always look for special things to bring back home. Join us for some tips on the best gifts you can buy in this Iranian city.
Chogaan Valley in Iran’s Fars Province is home to a gigantic statue that is magnificently placed at the entrance of an ancient cave.
The ancient city of Maragheh located in the northwest of Iran is known for its significant historical monuments.
Take a look at Iran’s southern waters near and around the city of Chabahar on a digital map, and you’ll be surprised by the thickness of the green coastal band that runs along the shorelines.
Cultural Attractions, Shiraz
Historical Sites, Shiraz
Religious Sites, Shiraz
West Azarbaijan Province
East Azarbaijan Province