A Flourishing IndustryDried fruits and nuts are delicious, nutritious, last for a long time and can be eaten as a snack or used in various dishes. They are a part of the Iranian cuisine and are often used in traditional dishes.By Sara Khansari & Alireza Honarjou - 2017 ShareLatest ItemsDr. ChamranHeroes are timeless. They are the source of pride for a nation, especially those who sacrifice their life to save their country.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 ArakThis historical city was originally known as Sultan-Abad, but since 1937, it has been known as Arak.Niavaran PalaceThis Complex is a kingly garden located in the north of Tehran. It is where the last of the Persian kings once lived.Badroud CityWe 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.Arak HandicraftsAll around the world people with creative imagination make amazing handmade pieces. Now, combine that with traditional art that goes back centuries and tada!Maragheh SouvenirsWhen 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.Shapur CaveChogaan Valley in Iran’s Fars Province is home to a gigantic statue that is magnificently placed at the entrance of an ancient cave.Wood & FireWood burning is an old form of art that has been mastered by various artists for centuries.