Month: March 2020

  • EconomyPhoto of Turkey Sees Increase of Incoming Tourists from Iran

    Turkey Sees Increase of Incoming Tourists from Iran

    Turkey sees increase of incoming tourists from Iran Increasing Iranian tourism in Turkey Over 2.1 million tourists from Iran visited Turkey in 2019, which is 5.05 percent more compared to 2018, Trend reports with reference to the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Increased Visits compared to last year The share of Iranian citizens in the total number of foreigners who visited…

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  • TourismPhoto of Iranian Tour Guides ‘Messengers of Peace and Friendship’: Minister

    Iranian Tour Guides ‘Messengers of Peace and Friendship’: Minister

    He made the remarks in a statement issued on Saturday to mark the International Tourist Guide Day, which is globally celebrated of February 21. “I congratulate this day to the hard-working tour guides and operators who are true ambassadors and messengers of Iranian peace and friendship to the world.” “Choosing a day for tourism guides on the global calendar determines…

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  • WorldPhoto of Turkey ‘s majestic Mount Nemrut continues to attract

    Turkey ‘s majestic Mount Nemrut continues to attract

    Mountain of Gods salutes Anatolia, Turkey Turkey’s majestic Mount Nemrut continues to attract There are few places on Earth that beguile visitors with majesty and a mystic aura as does Mount Nemrut in southern Turkey by attracting thousands of tourists, who hope to experience its breathtaking sunrises and sunsets. However, it is not its height of a towering 2,134 meters…

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  • WorldPhoto of Post and Telegraph Museum or Communication Museum

    Post and Telegraph Museum or Communication Museum

    Museum of Communication Post and Telegraph Museum Reconstructed Museum Post and Telegraph Museum or Communication Museum is one of the museums of Tehran province located in the former location of Iran Post Office building. The remodeled Museum of Post collections showcases some of the oldest writing and mailing tools, earliest phones, Morse telegrams, stamps and other communications and telecommunications tools…

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  • WorldPhoto of Demand for travel insurance spikes amid coronavirus

    Demand for travel insurance spikes amid coronavirus

    Demand for travel insurance spikes amid coronavirus outbreak Surgeons training in developing countries  Montgomery is the head team physician with the New York Jets, as well as the president and co-founder of OrthoNations, a nonprofit aimed at training surgeons in developing nations around the world. Corona outbreak worldwide threat Each year, Montgomery and his group travel to countries like Vietnam,…

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  • WorldPhoto of No mention of slaves in US ‘honor roll’ of historic places

    No mention of slaves in US ‘honor roll’ of historic places

    No mention of slaves in US ‘honor roll’ of historic places Build southwest Antebellum farms on slave support Antebellum Southern plantations were built on the backs of enslaved people, and many of those plantations hold places of honor on the National Register of Historic Places – but there are not many mentions of slavery in the government’s official record of…

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  • EconomyPhoto of The Ghost Town of Venice and a ruining tourism economy

    The Ghost Town of Venice and a ruining tourism economy

    The Ghost Town of Venice and a ruining tourism economy Canceling a trip to Venice is a reason for the Corona outbreak Known for its crushing crowds of tourists, Venice is now all but empty, as travelers cancel over coronavirus fears.First came the flood, then came the disease.Over the past three months, the tourism industry of Venice, has had its…

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  • WorldPhoto of Archaeological survey confirms Iron Age site

    Archaeological survey confirms Iron Age site

    Archaeological survey confirms Iron Age site in northeast Iran   An archaeological site near the city of Neyshabur Iranian archeologist Hassan Basafa said on Wednesday that further surveys confirms the previous notion that Seh Tappeh (meaning three hills), an archaeological site near Neyshabur city in northeast Iran, dates back to the Iron Age. This site belongs to the Iron Age…

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  • WorldPhoto of Tehran museums cut working hours due to Coronavirus

    Tehran museums cut working hours due to Coronavirus

    Tehran museums cut working hours due to Coronavirus Reduced hours of capital museums The director of the museums department announced the reduction of the working hours of the museums of the capital and said: According to the order of the governor, all the museums in Tehran will be active until 9:00. Tehran Palace Museums are on sale from 9am to…

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  • EconomyPhoto of Kashmir’s business community sends out SOS

    Kashmir’s business community sends out SOS

    Kashmir’s business community sends out SOS on ‘Sea of Debt and Destruction’ The middle sea of ​​debt and demolition Kashmir’s business community including traders, hoteliers, silk producers, artisans, fruit associations and other trade and commerce bodies have sent out an SOS in a full-page ad published on Wednesday in several local dailies.The Kashmir’s is a SOS message emphasises that the…

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