Elderly couples celebrate golden wedding in the capital

Persian wedding traditions go back to the ancient Zoroastrian tradition, despite their local and regional variations. Though the concepts and theory of the marriage have been changed drastically by Islamic traditions, the actual ceremonies have remained more or less the same as they were originally in the ancient homeland culture. Read More »

Commemoration of Shahram Nazeri by Unesco

Shahram Nazeri born 18 February 1950 in Kermanshah, is a contemporary tenor from Kermanshah who sings classical music. He has been accompanied by some of the authorities of homeland traditional music such as Jalil Shahnaz, Hossein Alizadeh, Jalal Zolfonoun and Faramarz Payvar. He often works with his son Hafez Nazeri, a composer. Read More »

GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL miniature effects

Set between the wars, The Grand Budapest Hotel tells the story of hotel concierge Gustav H and lobby boy Zero Moustafa as they become entangled in a plot to steal a priceless Renaissance painting. Read More »

Less seen pictures of shah and soraya

 In 1948, Soraya was introduced to the recently divorced Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, by Forough Zafar Bakhtiary, a close relative of Soraya’s, via a photograph taken by Goodarz Bakhtiary, in London, per Forough Zafar’s request. At the time Soraya had completed high school at a Swiss finishing school and was studying the English language in London Read More »

Countries luxurious hotels

The Azadi Hotel Ramsar is a 4stars located near the city center, halfway between the sea and the forest; in the fully air conditioned hotel, equipped with wi-fi internet connection, guests can find a large private parking, 3 restaurants, 3 conference rooms, spa with pool and sauna, children playground and shopping center.At the 24hours reception you will find safe boxes ... Read More »

Obit of davoud rashidi in Mosque

He was born in Tehran but his father’s diplomatic career saw him raised in Turkey and France. He attended university in Geneva and earned a degree in Theater Directing and Acting. He returned to Tehran in 1965 and founded the Emrooz Theater Troupe, which recruited actors and actresses such as Parviz Fannizadeh, Dariush Farhang, Mehdi Hashemi, Fahimeh Rastkar, Siavash Tahmoores, ... Read More »

the most expensive Maternity in the world

Prince of Wales Private Hospital offers comprehensive care and services in a modern and well-equipped facility.24-hour medical cover supports the clinical services and our Intensive Care Unit is staffed by experienced specialised nurses and medical officers.Our Hospital has been recognised for providing high quality, patient-focused care since its opening in 1997.We recognise the integral and important role we play as ... Read More »

Funeral of Davoud Rashidi

Mr Rashidi had a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the University of Geneva in 1960 and also attended the Conservatoire de Genève in theatre. His first film was Escape from the Trap (1971, Jalal Moghadam) after years of stage acting. He has also had a career in television series. Read More »

Movies that never released

In 1982, the annual Fajr Film Festival financed films. The Farabi Cinema Foundation then stepped in to try and reassemble the disorganized cinema. The following year, the government began to provide financial aid. This change in regime encouraged a whole new generation of filmmakers, which included female directors as well. With this, the focus shifted to children overcoming obstacles: true ... Read More »

What abandoned Olympic venues from around the world look like today

Desolate, abandoned and overgrowing with weeds, these once-gleaming Greek Olympic venues now lie abandoned – indistinguishable from the familiar ruins of ancient Athens.The remains of the Olympic kayak and canoeing venue, built little over a decade ago, bears an uncanny resemblance to the Dionysus Theatre – one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions, which dates back to the 4th ... Read More »