Aspects of Iran
History & Culture
Science & Technology
Behind The Scenes
Qom Holy Shrine Museum
The Holy city of Qom, located southwest of Tehran, is the largest center for Shiʿa scholarship in the world, and is a significant destination of pilgrimage. But the city has a lot to offer to tourists.
Civil Registration Museum
In this program we focus mainly on the history of civil registration in Iran while touring the civil registration museum which is a Qajari house and at the end we briefly mention the modern day system. By Shahriar Azimi & Hossein Mokarrami - 2015
Tehran's Eyn-o-Doleh Garden Museum
This report centers around the Eyn-o-Doleh mansion, which is located in the North of Tehran. We look at how the 19th century construction became iconic in Iran when world leaders from Britain, the US and the then Soviet Union came together for a conference at the Eyn-o-Doleh palace during World War II. By Samson Seez & Ata Javid - 2015
Reza Abbasi Museum
Reza Abbasi Museum is one of the outstanding art and history museums of Iran. All the objects on display are bought from collectors rather than being excavated or discovered. The museum showcases a rare collection of famous miniature paintings and manuscripts in addition to ancient Persian and post Islamic Iran relics that have uniquely remained intact. By Amir Mehdi Kazemi & Alireza Honarjou - 2015
Tehran's geology museum is probably one of the best places in the capital to learn more about our planet earth and also about Iran's geological features. By Hoda Lezgee & Vahid Shafigh - 2015
Even if you don’t have a passion for insects, still, Tehran's Insect Museum is a great opportunity to see many different insect specious collected from the whole world and some of the rare species that can only be found in the country. By Hoda Lezgee & Hossein Mokarrami - 2015
Darabad Wildlife Museum
In this feature, Samson Seez takes us to Darband Wildlife Museum, which is a tourist attraction in North Tehran. The venue teaches visitors more about animals with Taxidermy displays. The report also shows an aquarium, a planetarium and a plant museum. By Samson Seez & Ata Javid - 2015
Science & Technology Museum
Iran's Science and Technology Museum has gadgets on display that were based on state-of-the-art technologies of their own times. The museum was established to promote science and scientific spirit among different groups in society. By Reza Nayebi & Alireza Honarjou - 2014
Top 10 Museums in Tehran
In this feature Gisoo Misha Ahmadi, the reporter takes us to Top 10 museums in Tehran to see more about Iran's history and culture. It's a quick ten minute tour to go back to Iran's old days. By Gisoo Misha Ahmadi & Ata Javid – 2015
Historic Buildings in Kish Island
In this report, we’re going to take a stroll in the past to visit locations that will take us backk to about 800 years ago.
A Paradise for Book Lovers
Tehran's Book Garden is one of the greatest cultural projects in Iran and the biggest in the world.
Silk farming has a long history in Iran. In this report we will take a look at the different stages of silk production from A to Z.
Cartoons & Caricatures in Iran
They speak with a visual language, understood by everyone around the world. They trigger a laugh, and that’s a reaction common among all people.
Historical Sites in Najafabad
The city of Najaf-Abaad in the province of Isfahan was established during the Safavid Period in the 16th century and has many beautiful castles and buildings.
30th Intl. Film Festival for Children
Once again in the central city of Isfahan, it is time to set sail on an incredible journey to uncover a mystery or even a foreign planet!
Handicrafts in Sistan & Balouchestan
While travelling, many people like to collect little souvenirs to take home with them as a reminder of the places they’ve been to, and the people they’ve met.
The Art of Recycling
Bahram Ashofteh is a junk artist who makes remarkable sculptures from recyclable metal and car parts.
Those who are looking for a different type of souvenir to take back home from Iran now have a new option.