Darreh Khazineh, Iran’s Tourist Hub in Lorestan

 Darreh Khazineh, Iran’s Tourist Hub in Lorestan پنج‌شنبه 9 شهریور 1396 - 10:56

A steep canyon in the Lorestan province, western Iran, is a place where people cross an elevated suspension bridge that spans the Khazineh valley.

Important Titles

Instagram Photos May Give Clues on Mental Health

Researchers at Harvard and the University of Vermont have studied that people with a history of depression share more photos, use fewer filters, and post more images that are darker and grayer in color.

On the Occasion of National Journalists' Day

IAU President Visits ISCA News Agency

On the occasion of “Journalists' Day”, the president of Islamic Azad University, Dr. Farhad Rahbar, visited Iran Student Correspondents Association, ISCA News Agency.

Tabriz to Host International Tourism Exhibition

The acting head of Tourism Deputy of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization of Iran has announced that the International Tourism Exhibition would be held in Tabriz.

Tourism Capital of Islamic Countries in 2018: Tabriz, Iran

The fifth biggest city in Iran, Tabriz, the capital of East Azerbaijan province, is located in the Quru River valley, between long ridges of volcanic cones in the Sahand and Eynali mountains, Tabriz's elevation ranges between 1,350 and 1,600 metres (4,430 and 5,250 ft) above sea level.

Iran’s Historic City Yazd Inscribed as UNESCO Heritage Site

UNESCO has placed the city of Yazd in Iran on World Heritage List.

Norooz Places on UNESCO Intangible Heritage List

Norooz, or the Persian New Year and the traditional Iranian festival of spring, has been inscribed on UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage List.

Sunday Night 'Supermoon', Best Photos from around the World

Early Monday morning or evening, depending on where you live, the largest full moon of the year, called the supermoon, shined its biggest and brightest in nearly 70 years.

World CO2 Emissions Stay Flat for 3rd Year

The worldwide carbon emissions stayed flat and have not risen since 2014.

Microscopic Images Reveal the Hidden Beauty around Us

Photographer Spike Walker has been taking microscopic images to reveal the hidden beauty of the world for 70 years.

International Pottery Museum Opens in Lalejin

Members of the World Crafts Council travelled to Hamedan to celebrate the global recognition of the city and its museum.

Tokyo Olympic Medals Will be Made From E-Waste

Japanese authorities plan “to source the gold, silver and bronze needed to make medals for 2020 Tokyo Olympics from electronic waste

IAU Amadai Museum can be compared with World-Famous Museums

The Amadai museum, opened earlier this year by Dr. Mirzadeh, is turning into a major tourist attraction.

April 13, Attar of Nishapur Commemoration Day

April 13, (Farvardin 25) commemorates Attar of Nishapur, Persian Muslim, poet, theoretician of Sufism, and hagiographer.

Air Pollution Causes 5.5 Million Deaths Worldwide Annually

According to new research, more than 5.5 million people die annually due to both outdoor and household air pollution -- one of the leading global risk factors for disease.

An Astronomical Masterpiece:

Norooz and the Spring Equinox

The Iranian year will change on Sunday at 8 am on March 20, 2016, (Farvardin 1, 1395). The event marks Norooz, which has been devised based on a remarkable scientific and astronomical basis.

S & R IAU Holds Conference Celebrating Nowruz

Islamic Azad University’s conference celebrating the advent of the Iranian New Year has been held by the presence of outstanding figures in Science and Research branch.

Chargers:

To Unplug or not to Unplug?

Based on recent studies, it is best if phones are charged once every 24 hours, and the easiest time to do that is overnight.

IAU to be Tehran’s Green Belt

The president of Islamic Azad University has provided arboricultural guidelines in a new circular.

The Telephone Becomes 140 Years Old

The invention of telephone is considered as one of the most important events in human history. 140 years ago, on this day,, Alexander Graham Bell made the first call on the phone he invented.

Iranians celebrate Yalda, the Winter Solstice

“The true morning will not come, until the Yalda Night is gone," the great 13th century Persian poet Sa'di writes.

Canadian Photographer Creates Stunning Snowflake Photos

The Canadian photographer has spent 2,500 hours of work over five years to produce stunning images of snowflakes which are invisible to the naked eye.

"Hide and Seek" Depicts Human Loneliness in Technology

Kamil Kotarba believes that mobile phones have changed our personal and social life forever. Smartphones have become an inseparable part of our everyday lives, no matter we are in street, on subway, in park, or at home.

IAU Determined to Strengthen National & International Cultural Cooperation

Islamic Azad University and the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization have signed a cooperation Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order to develop research, scientific, and cultural collaboration and also reach common goals.

More News From Culture

Popular News

Latest News