The city of Meshginshahr is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in northwest Iran.
This edition of 'IRAN' program is about Soobatan village in the north and churches in Tehran.
A selection of photos from nationwide Sunday rallies marking the anniversary of the takeover of the US embassy in Tehran, the Iranian capital, in 1979.
Spring blooms in the eastern Iranian province of Ilam with its 640,000 hectares of forests.
This program is about the Anarak county in Isfahan Province and Fuse Glass art in Tehran. Historical features of the city are introduced.
Gisoo Misha Ahmadi reports on the role of trees in a world that is becoming more urban than before lost in the landscapes of concrete, metal and glass.
An insider's view of the country: Abbas Abad complex and silkworm
In this episode of IRAN, Golnar Farnoodi shows us the wonders of the Tabas desert.
'Behind Closed Curtains' written by Lena Spath is about bold and lively interior design of Iranian houses.
This episode of Iran program focuses on local foods Subatan village in the northern parts of Iran.
Some 400km to the east of Tehran, sits the city of Shahrud.
Iran’s foreign minister says US President Donald Trump’s administration is a real threat to the Middle East and global community.
This program is about the desert and caravanserai near Tabas, and the history of radio in Iran.
Slacklining turn into an adventure sport with an incredible list of health benefits.
Rajaei Home Museum was once the home of the second president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Mohammad Ali Rajaei.
If you’ve ever been to IRAN, then you’ve probably seen many of its beautiful and unique handicrafts.
Just recently the 36th edition of Fajr International Film Festival was held in the Iranian capital.
Museums have always been our best guides when it comes to learning more about the past. We pay a visit to an anthropology museum in Qom, Iran.
As we all know, music is a universal language and the soul of life. Music speaks the words that can never be expressed through language.
If you love painting, or just simply adore watching the masterful brush strokes of a painter on the canvas, then this episode of IRAN is just for you.
As they say, time not money, is our most precious resource. And since the day of dawn, people have created various techniques and used different methods to keep track of time.
Everyone is out and about doing their last minute shopping, buying new clothes and the things they need for the Haft seen table.
Handicrafts have always been an expression of a region’s culture, tradition and imagination. That’s why they’re considered very special and unique
If you’ve been watching the Iran program then you have certainly seen and learned a lot about Bushehr Province. This week the Iran team is back in the region again.
Every year to honor the 1979 Islamic Revolution here in Iran, different cultural events are held in the country. One of those important celebrations is the Fajr International Festival of Visual Arts.
The Teimareh valley, near the city of Khomein in the Markazi province is known for the beautiful ancient rock art created thousands and thousands of years ago.
Historic sites and archaeological findings are truly the treasure of a nation. So, let’s head to Iran's Markazi Province to enjoy some of its amazing destinations.
If you’ve ever been in Iran, you definitely have had the chance to listen to some great traditional Persian music.
US President Donald Trump is “bullying and riding” other signatories of the Iran nuclear deal in an attempt to weaken the international accord, an analyst says.
The city of Bushehr is a region where fishing plays a major role in local economy. To learn more about this budding industry let’s go to the Persian Gulf and join the IRAN team.
If you love traveling to ancient sites and leafing through the history of a great civilization, then how about paying a visit to the Firuzabad city in the Fars Province?
Iran’s traditional dishes are truly something to boast about. Full of life, energy and fabulous flavors.
World War II ruined the lives of millions of the people around the world, many of whom fled to other continents in the hope of shelter and peace.
Handicrafts are the windows to a nation’s soul. They reflect the people’s history, culture, customs, talents and artistic taste.
This week IRAN team has returned to the city of Maragheh to show you the handmade products of its people and what you can take back home as a souvenir.
Nature has always been man’s main source of inspiration. For those who listen to her voice, Mother Nature has a lot to talk about.
If you’re aching for some fun and excitement, if you’re craving delicious exotic food or if you simply want to unwind in a beautiful site like a mangrove forest, then pack your bags because we’re off to Chabahr, southeast of Iran.
Among the many splendid regions in Fars Province, the Chogan gorge is a magnificent site with impressive bass reliefs.
The Sistan and Baluchestan province in the southeast of Iran is a site filled with history, culture and color.
In the southwest of Iran lies a city with a long history and an ancient civilization.
Let’s take a trip to the north of Iran, where the weather is absolutely gorgeous and nature just takes your breath away.
The image of the lion has a very special place in the Iran’s history due to its everlasting presence in art works, handicrafts and even in architecture.
Trump to announce US strategy on Iran on Friday: White House
If you’ve had the chance to visit Yazd Province, you’ve certainly enjoyed its amazing architecture. But, there’s more to this province than meets the eye.
It’s a story told and remembered every year by millions of Muslims across the world. The story of a hero and his inspiring legacy.
International day of peace marked by countries around the world on the 21 of September.
The Firuzkooh County located northeast of the Iranian capital, Tehran, has always been a popular getaway for those looking for the perfect holiday.
Iran has denounced as "unwise" policies adopted by Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on three Iranian islands, warning that they further deepen regional rifts.
The houses in the Qaleh Nou village in Iran’s Sistan and Baluchestan Province have survived for about 150 years.
The next time you visit Iran and go to a souvenir shop, pay more attention to the different designs on the handicrafts.
Right in the heart of the Iranian capital, there is a street that has a lot to tell you about its history and all the events that it’s seen and been through.
Originally made from giant reed, "Ney" has a soft, heartfelt and sublime tone that reflects the feelings and emotions of the person playing it.
Throughout history, Iran has been home to many honorable and prominent ethnic and religious communities, among them Christians.
Persian architecture has always been a source of pride for Iranians, attracting tourists from around the world.
Let your lungs inflate with the air, the plains and the trees because now we're going to the southern part of the Sistan and Baluchestan Province.
In big cities like Tehran, bookstores are the perfect getaway for those who wish to spend a few hours on their own reading for pleasure.
When was the last time you just sat there, on the beach, in front of the sea, looking at the waves, taking in the fresh salty air?
Just recently, the 30th international film festival for children and youth kicked off in the city of Isfahan.
Art is an endless realm of possibilities and impossibilities. It certainly knows no boundaries and that's the starting point for a fantastic creation.
The Isfahan Province, located right in the heart of the country, is known everywhere around the world for its magnificent historic sites that display the splendor of ancient Persian architecture.
In this edition of the Iran Program, we are going to dedicate a few minutes to a young lady from Germany who was inspired by Persian designs.
Iran’s Parliament (Majlis) and the mausoleum of the late founder of the Islamic Republic Imam Khomeini in Tehran came under terrorist attack.
A word you must have heard a lot these days is “Jihad” which is erroneously interpreted . Jihad means “to strive for an objective.”
If just hearing the word creepy crawlies makes your hair stand on end, then take a deep breath, calm down and make sure to watch our next feature.
With all that we’ve achieved to this day in so many different realms in the universe, the oceans and even more than that, the cosmos are still mysterious to us.
There’s a city in the very popular province of Isfahan called Najafabad. The climate of the region is rather desert-like. And that, definitely affects the locals’ diet.