The joint ceremony of the women’s police force was held on the occasion of NAJA week on Monday, October 19th. According to Hamshahri Online, the ceremony was attended by Hossein Rahimi, the capital’s police chief, Hojjatoleslam Kazem Sedighi, the interim Friday prayer leader, and Anoushirvan Mohseni Bandapi, the governor, at the cities police headquarters. See some photos of police women ... Read More »

Scientifically Reasons Why Couples Eventually Start to Look Alike

If you’ve ever had the feeling that married couples tend to look alike, it’s not in your head. A new study published in the journal PLOS Genetics suggests that this is indeed the case — and that it’s because many pairs of spouses have the same ancestry. In other words, they were related even before they got hitched. Read More »

Typical daily life in a girls dormitory

The “dormitory” photo collection is the result of several years of “Maryam Nematollahi” photography and the reflection of the photographer’s wanderings in the hidden aspects of the life of the female students living in the dormitory. “Maryam Nematollahi” is a photographer living in Shiraz she was born in 1984. She completed her master’s degree in photography at the Faculty of ... Read More »

Places to visit when traveling to Abadan

Abadan is one of the port cities of the south of the country and the oil city of  Khuzestan province and is the most important city of this province after Ahvaz. This beautiful city, with its abundant natural areas and tourism, crowded and bustling markets, as well as many groves, hosts many domestic and foreign tourists and travelers every year. ... Read More »

Syrup drinks that you can prepare at home

Tarragon is one of the ever-present vegetables that many people do not like to eat; But by adding a little sugar and water, you can prepare a refreshing syrup called tarragon syrup, which will definitely satisfy many tastes. Tarragon belongs to the sunflower family and its origins go back to Central and North Asia, the Caucasus and the Far East; ... Read More »

Best of Regional Foods

As a country where if you choose to travel, you will be welcomed like a king. Many of our historical monuments are registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in addition to the most beautiful architecture of the world and includes spectacular scenery. This country is home to the most delicious food in the world. In this article, the best ... Read More »

Ambassadors Residence in the Capital

In 1854, Napoleon III (1852 – 1870) opened the first French diplomatic mission in our country. Established as part of the conclusion of a trade agreement, it was placed under the responsibility of the French Ambassador, Prosper Bourée. On March 24, 1891, the Shah of Persia, Nasser ol-Din Shah (1848 – 1896) granted by firman to France, building land and ... Read More »

Colonel Gaddafi’s harem

His rule saw him go from revolutionary hero to international pariah, to valued strategic partner and back to pariah again. Gaddafi developed his own political philosophy, writing a book so influential – in the eyes of its author, at least – that it eclipsed anything dreamt up by Plato, Locke or Marx. Read More »

Pablo Picasso narrated in the picture

Pablo Picasso is a name that’s synonymous with both art and revolutionary genius. Born in Málaga, Spain, on October 25, 1881, Picasso was a prodigy who eventually moved to France, where he charted a new path for the world of art. Read More »

Stage director Abbas Javanmard dies at 92

Toronto-based stage director Abbas Javanmard, the pioneer of teleplay, died of heart failure at his home in the Canadian city on Monday. He was 92. He organized courses at the television organization, training many students that were employed in the teleplays he directed. Read More »