Cultural Heritage

  • Photo of Iran Pays Tribute to Outstanding Literary Translator, Najaf Daryabandari

    Iran Pays Tribute to Outstanding Literary Translator, Najaf Daryabandari

    Iran’s Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts described him as a multidisciplinary researcher in the field of literature and intangible heritage In a message, Ali Asghar Monsan expressed his condolences on the death of “Najaf Daryabandari”, a well-known writer and translator in our country. He said: “The cultural and literary community of the country mourned the loss of one…

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  • Photo of UNESCO Hails Initiatives of Yazd amid Pandemic

    UNESCO Hails Initiatives of Yazd amid Pandemic

    Mohsen Abbasi added that a video clip aiming at introducing Yazd and its moves carried out to fight against coronavirus pandemic was created and went viral with millions of views. Launching virtual market on local handicraft as well as initiating a campaign for introducing the universal value of Yazd could be regarded as the most important measures taken in pandemic…

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  • Photo of Iran to Take Back Relics from Europe via Interpol

    Iran to Take Back Relics from Europe via Interpol

    “According to the Interpol, a European bank was repairing its building. They reopened the safe deposit box inside the bank during which they realized that the owner of one of the boxes holds a number of antique gold and silver objects in its box,” Shirzad said. “Ragarding the importance of the issue, through examinations by experienced cultural heritage experts, it…

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  • Photo of Electronic Filing System of Historical Monuments Will Be Launched

    Electronic Filing System of Historical Monuments Will Be Launched

    “Last year, we focused on strengthening the private sector and cooperating with the sector, based on the policies of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts,” he said, referring to the current state of buildings, sites and historical sites in the country. Fortunately, 2009 was the year that the Law on the Protection of Restoration and Restoration of Historical…

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  • Photo of In Azerbaijan, Carpet Artisans Quietly Preserving Age-Old Traditions

    In Azerbaijan, Carpet Artisans Quietly Preserving Age-Old Traditions

    In the ancient world, carpet commerce along the famed Silk Road was valued by weight like precious metals. So it is no wonder that a nation at the physical and metaphorical threshold of East and West is taking carpets to the next level. Since traditional Azerbaijani carpet weaving was registered as part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by…

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  • Photo of Mashhad could be the destination of neurosurgery in Iran

    Mashhad could be the destination of neurosurgery in Iran

    Mashhad could be the destination of neurosurgery in Iran Dr. Hadi Mousavi’s notes A note by Dr. Hadi Mousavi Mohammadi, deputy of police and Secretary of Propaganda commission of Mashad Medical Council: Shiraz Neurosurgery Department in Iran As Shiraz is known as the hub for the treatment of liver diseases and liver transplantation in Iran, Mashhad can also be a…

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