The photograph you are looking at is not a microscopic image of a termite colony. It is Kandovan, the stone village. Kandovan […]
At 8:00 a.m, almost all the buses gather at the old Masjed-e-Jameh (Grand Mosque) to go to the Yazd’s Jewish district, in […]
Nicknamed as City of Pines and City of Culture, Birjand was once an important city in Ghehestan (Part of the greater Khorasan). The […]
Dr Ali Sabaghian * – What do you recall when you hear “Mesr”? The Arabic name of Egypt, a country in north Africa? […]
Madi Jahangir *- “Teaching and learning is a form of worship.” For Irainans born in the 80’s and raised in the 90’s, […]
Cycling from Shiraz to Yazd takes you past some of the finest archaeological sites in Iran, if not the entire Middle East.
If you can get a visa, it’s relatively straightforward to travel from London to Iran overland by train, using the weekly ‘Trans-Asia […]