Isfahan

  • Jameh mosque of Golpaygan; sample of  Iranian-Islamic architecture

    Jameh mosque of Golpaygan; sample of Iranian-Islamic architecture

    Jameh Mosque of Golpayegan is one of the most important historical mosques of the Seljuk Empire and one of the greatest mosques in Iran. According to the construction date, the Iranian-Islamic architecture of this mosque has been an example for building other mosques, especially in areas under Seljuk Dynasty. This mosque is registered in the list of Iran’s national monuments in 1312 with registration number 191. Golpayegan is located 186 kilometers northwest of Isfahan. Isfahan, Iran. , July 17, 2021.IRNA/ Zahra Baghban

  • President Rouhani inaugurates nat'l knowledge-based projects

    President Rouhani inaugurates nat'l knowledge-based projects

    Tehran, IRNA – Iranian President Hassan Rouahni virtually inaugurated five national knowledge-based projects implemented by Vice Presidency for Science and Technology Affairs worth 385 billion tomans.

  • Silver making & engraving in Isfahan

    Silver making & engraving in Isfahan

    The photo album depicts silver making plus silver engraving in Isfahan Province, Iran. This handicraft grew, increased from the Safavid era, and became one of the finest works of Isfahan handicrafts. Isfahan Province, Iran. June 13, 2021. IRNA/ Raoul Shojaei

  • Iran can turn into exporter of knowledge-based products

    Iran can turn into exporter of knowledge-based products

    Tehran, May 29, IRNA - The Islamic Republic of Iran enjoys an appropriate infrastructure to become an exporter in the field of knowledge-based products and services whenever the sanctions are lifted and foreign investments are pouring into the country, an official says.

  • Iran’s Zayandehrud river was home to humans 42k years ago

    Iran’s Zayandehrud river was home to humans 42k years ago

    Isfahan, May 18, IRNA – A stratum and fossils expert said that discoveries suggest that hunter-gatherer humans lived along Zayandehrud River, the longest river in central Iran, 42,000 years ago.

  • Mollabashi historical house in Isfahan, Iran

    Mollabashi historical house in Isfahan, Iran

    Mollabashi Historical House is registered on the National World Heritage list. This house is placed in the cultural texture near other Isfahan Historical Houses. Stained glass windows and mirrored walls are part of the outstanding architecture of this house. Isfahan, Iran, April 22, 2021. IRNA/ Arshide Shahanghi

  • Isfahan producing 2,100 tons of medicinal herbs 

    Isfahan producing 2,100 tons of medicinal herbs 

    Isfahan, April 9, IRNA – Isfahan province produces 2,100 tons of different types of medicinal herbs in natural lands per annum, a provincial official says.

  • 30 hydro tourism plans inaugurated in Iran

    30 hydro tourism plans inaugurated in Iran

    Isfahan, Mar 2, IRNA – A senior official in Iran Water Resources Management Company said that 30 hydro tourism plans were inaugurated in the country.

  • Those who imposed sanctions admit failure of maximum pressure: Iran

    Those who imposed sanctions admit failure of maximum pressure: Iran

    Tehran, Feb 26, IRNA - Mahmoud Vaezi, Head of the Presidential Office, has underlined that those who imposed sanctions on the Islamic Republic are acknowledging that the so-called US-led maximum pressure on the Iranian nation has failed to bear fruit. 

  • Iran, Armenia should boost trade ties: Armenian Minister

    Iran, Armenia should boost trade ties: Armenian Minister

    Isfahan, Jan 24, IRNA – Armenian Minster of Economy Vahan Kerobyan said on Sunday in Isfahan that the numerous capacities and opportunities of Iran and Armenia have been used less than they should be.

  • Isfahan-Ankara flight, gate towards boosting tourism industry

    Isfahan-Ankara flight, gate towards boosting tourism industry

    Isfahan, Jan 20, IRNA – Deputy for Isfahan province's Governor-General for Economic Affairs Hassan Qazi-Asgar says the re-launching of direct flights between Isfahan and Ankara will act as a gate towards boosting tourism industry in both cities.

  • Renovation of historical houses in Isfahan

    Renovation of historical houses in Isfahan

    East of Isfahan has numerous historical monuments that are supposed to be rebuilt and renovated with the aim of the tourism boom, which will lead to the development of the tourism industry in this region. Isfahan Province, Iran, December 31, 2020. IRNA/Zahra Baghban

  • Eye-catching colorful autumn in Isfahan

    Eye-catching colorful autumn in Isfahan

    Autumn beauties flourish in different parts of Iran to make nature colorful and create spectacular scenes as if they were painting Isfahan Province, central Iran. December 8, 2020. IRNA/ Zahra Baghban

  • Tiran, city of 2000-year-old stone doors in central Iran

    Tiran, city of 2000-year-old stone doors in central Iran

    Tehran, Dec 2, IRNA - Stone doors and mud- and straw-made walls, which date back to 2,000 years ago, in the city of Tiran with garden alleys with length of 40 km have been registered as national heritage in central Iranian province of Isfahan two years ago.

  • Mouteh, wildlife habitat in central Iran

    Mouteh, wildlife habitat in central Iran

    Mouteh National Park and Wildlife Habitat with 205,000 hectares area is a house for mouflons, sheep, goats and goiter gazelles in north of Isfahan Province, central Iran, November 26, 2020. IRNA/Amir-Hossein Akbari

  • 3rd Intl' conference on Rumi in Isfahan

    3rd Intl' conference on Rumi in Isfahan

    Isfahan, IRNA - Third international conference on Rumi studies opened in Isfahan University on Monday though online (virtual) system.

  • Chahar Bagh precious legacy in Isfahan

    Chahar Bagh precious legacy in Isfahan

    The historical and cultural passage of Chahar Bagh in Isfahan is divided into two eras such as Safavid and Abbasid. It has beautiful and unique landscapes that experts say need more attention and care. Isfahan, Iran, October 14, 2020, IRNA/Zahra Baghban

  • 4.7-Richter quake jolts central Iran

    4.7-Richter quake jolts central Iran

    Tehran, Sept 29, IRNA - An earthquake measuring 4.7 on the Richter scale struck Vanak, on the border of Isfahan and Charmahal and Bakhriari provinces on Tuesday.

  • Shahzadeh Bathhouse in Isfahan

    Shahzadeh Bathhouse in Isfahan

    Shahazadeh Bathhouse or as it is known by the locals, Shahzadeh Hammam, in Isfahan was constructed during the Safavid dynasty. This wonderful historical monument is located in the traditional Isfahan Bazaar. The bathroom has recently been repaired and will soon be converted into a museum. Sept 15, 2020. IRNA/ Rasoul Shojaei.

  • Sio Seh Pol Bridge tourist attraction in last days of summer

    Sio Seh Pol Bridge tourist attraction in last days of summer

    Si-o-Se Pol Bridge (or Allahverdi Khan bridge) is one of Isfahan tourist attractions and the largest bridge among the 11 bridges in Isfahan city, which cross Zayanderud river. Isfahan, Iran. IRNA/Zahra Baghban.

  • 12th Int'l Steel, Metallurgy Exhibit opens in Isfahan

    12th Int'l Steel, Metallurgy Exhibit opens in Isfahan

    Isfahan, Aug 22, IRNA -- The 12th International Exhibition of Steel and Metallurgy of Isfahan opened on Saturday in compliance with health protocols at the venue of international exhibitions in this province.

  • Kalamkari; admirable and noble art in Isfahan

    Kalamkari; admirable and noble art in Isfahan

    Kalamkari, Khatam, Termeh, and hand-woven carpets are among the most famous handicraft of Isfahan that fascinates foreign tourists, who purchase them as souvenirs. One can buy any Iranian souvenir or handicraft from Naqsh-e Jahan Square or the old Bazaar of Isfahan. Kalamkari art (Textile printing) is the ancient art of hand printing on cotton or silk fabric by natural dyes. Isfahan, Iran. August 5, 2020. IRNA/ Maryam Almomen.

  • Birds Garden in Isfahan

    Birds Garden in Isfahan

    The photo album depicts some photos of the bird's garden in Isfahan Province, Iran. It is a beautiful recreational site that was built in the 1990s. More than 3,000 kinds of birds are kept in 130 different species such as parrots, ducks, flamingo, swans, peacocks, eagles, geese, crows, etc. August 3, 2020. IRNA

  • Qamishlou National Park, wildlife shelter in Isfahan

    Qamishlou National Park, wildlife shelter in Isfahan

    Qamishlou National Park is located 45 kilometers southwest of Isfahan city. The park is believed to be the oldest protected area in the world. It is home to the Persian Gazelle and Isfahan Mouflon. It is important because of its special habitat value and the existence of castles and historical monuments related to the Qajar era. Isfahan, June 11, 2020. IRNA

  • Isfahan's flower and plantation market reopens

    Isfahan's flower and plantation market reopens

    Isfahan's flower and plant market, which was closed due to the outbreak of coronavirus, has reopened and been welcomed by the people. June 7, 2020. IRNA/ Zahra Baghban

  • Isfahan sympathizes with 50 int’l universities over COVID-19

    Isfahan sympathizes with 50 int’l universities over COVID-19

    Isfahan, May 13, IRNA – Chancellor of Isfahan University Houshang Talebi in separate letters to over 50 international universities sympathized with them over the crisis of coronavirus outbreak.

  • Flowers Garden in Isfahan

    Flowers Garden in Isfahan

    The album depicts some eye-catching photos of Flowers Garden (Bagh-e Golha in Persian) that is located in the Iranian Province of Isfahan. May 12, 2020. IRNA/ Rasoul Shojaei

  • Reopening of parks and recreational places in Isfahan

    Reopening of parks and recreational places in Isfahan

    Parks, gardens and historic bridges around Zayandeh Rud River were closed in April due to coronavirus outbreak. With the application of social distancing and the reopening of these places, Isfahan city has taken a different face nowadays.Isfahan, Iran, April 31, 2020. IRNA/Zahra Baghban.

  • Isfahan's Naqsh-e Jahan Square in time of Coronavirus

    Isfahan's Naqsh-e Jahan Square in time of Coronavirus

    Naqsh-e Jahan Square Known as Imam Square, this place as the most famous attraction of Isfahan city is placed at the center of Isfahan, Iran. It is an important historical place and one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.People this year and nowadays, with the outbreak of coronavirus and the risk of the virus, stay in their homes .Isfahan, Iran. April 14, 2020. IRNA/ Zahra Baghban.

  • Isfahan's Flower and Plant Market in the time of Coronavirus

    Isfahan's Flower and Plant Market in the time of Coronavirus

    Coronavirus outbreak (Covid - 19) has also affected Isfahan's flower and plant market these days. The photos reflecting flower breeding centers in Isfahan nowadays, Isfahan, Iran. April 5, 2020. IRNA/Zahra Baghban.