Aspects of Iran
History & Culture
Science & Technology
Behind The Scenes
Life in Firouz Kooh
Firouz Kooh is located in east of Tehran. In this report we will see the beautiful landscapes of the region as well as the lifestyle there.
A Flourishing Industry
Iran is among the leading producers of dried fruits and nuts. Let’s learn more about this thriving industry.
Executed with great skill and artistic sophistication, the ancient bas-reliefs of the Shapur I (the 2nd Sassanian king), in the province of Fars in Iran, are considered to be masterpieces of the Sassanian Period.
Sand Sculpting Competition
Join us to have a short trip to the north of Iran to watch this exciting event held in the coastlines of the Caspian Sea.
Saravan & Iranshahr in Sistan & Balouchestan
Come with us as we explore the hidden depths of old Persia, Iran, and immerse yourselves in the stories of the ancestors.
Maragheh; The City of Seven Domes
In this report we will take a quick look at the special features of Maragheh including its famous observatory and the beautiful Soufi Chai River.
Watch this report for a glimpse into the historic Harandeh Village and Burnik Cave.
Wood Industry in Touyserkan
This small city near Hamadan is well known for its quality walnut trees both in Iran and around the world.
The Historic City of Bishapur
Among all the Kings of the Sassanian Empire (224 to 651 AD), three where called Shapur, a name that originated in Old Persia and means “son of king.”
Historic Buildings in Qazvin
Qazvin has a rich historical footprint, since it was the capital of Persia in the early Safavid period and was right along the ancient Silk Road.
The Bride of Gilan’s Plains
If you are a fan of history and nature, stay tuned to get a glimpse of both in this report.
Anthropology in Ashkezar
Join us to visit the old city of Ashkezar located in Iran’s central province of Yazd.
Religious Sites in Qazvin
Let’s take a look at three mausoleums in Qazvin that have notable architectural designs: twin towers of Khareghaan, shrine of Shazdeh Hossein, and shrine of the Four Prophets.
It is actually a wrap yarn woven cloth that comes in many sizes. It’s regarded as one of Iran’s traditional handicrafts.
This symbol has adorned artworks, rugs and even buildings through the course of thousands of years.
Nature in Marvast
Just south of Yazd and on the edge of one of Iran's main deserts, there is an area called Marvast.
The small city of Tuyserkan, about 100 km south of Hamadan, is one of the most ancient parts of Iran.
Lead glass is used to make a wide variety of decorative glass objects. It is blown glass, but because of its weight and thickness, it is in need of the perfect recipe.
Mulla Sadra House in Kahak Village
Mulla Sadra was a keen thinker who faced a lot of hardship because of his mindset. Join us as we take a look at one of the dwellings he called home during his years of solitude.
Muharram Ceremonies in Ashkezar
A visit to Iran during Muharram and Ashura is one of the best opportunities to learn about a local culture in a new and intimate way.
Cultural Attractions, Shiraz
Historical Sites, Shiraz
Religious Sites, Shiraz
West Azarbaijan Province
East Azarbaijan Province