Art & Culture

Museums

  • Reza Abbasi Museum

    Reza Abbasi Museum

    Reza Abbasi Museum was opened in 1356 S.H. in front of Electronic College of Khaje Nasir Toosi University...

  • Mirror and Lighting Museum of Yazd

    Mirror and Lighting Museum of Yazd

    Being also known as Mirror Palace (Qasr-e Ayneh), the Mirror and Lighting Museum of Yazd is one of...

  • Museum of Religious Figures

    Museum of Religious Figures

    The Museum of Religious Figures in Ardabil was established in 1382 SH. This museum is located inside a...

  • Abadan Museum (Khuzestan)

    Abadan Museum (Khuzestan)

    Due to the oil production and its ancient civilization, Abadan is one of the most famous cities in the south of Iran. Ali Hannibal, the late Russian orientalist, who was extremely passionate about the Iranian civilization, language, literature and culture, changed his name form Arkadi Nestrovich Honnibal to Ali Hannibal after immigration to Iran and a change in his religion.

  • Soltani Historical House (Anthropology Museum of Qaen)

    Soltani Historical House (Anthropology Museum of Qaen)

    The building of the old house of Soltani belongs to Soltani family, one of landlords and grandees of Qaen.

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      Persian Foods

      • Ash-e Reshteh (Noodle and Bean Soup)

        Ash-e Reshteh (Noodle and Bean Soup)

        Aash-e Reshteh (Aash: pottage and Reshteh: noodles) is a richly textured soup. Since it has at least three...

      • Khoresh-e Fesenjan

        Khoresh-e Fesenjan

        Khoresh-e Fesenjan is one of the oldest original and traditional cuisines of Iran, which is cooked with different...

      • Ghalieh Mahi

        Ghalieh Mahi

        The local and traditional foods of southern regions have a crucial position in Iranian food culture and many...

      • Ghonbid Abgoosht - an Iranian stew

        Ghonbid Abgoosht - an Iranian stew

        One of the local cuisines in Qom province is Qonbid or Qonbit Abgoosht coming from Qomnabit which means Nabat (rock candy) produced in the city of Qom.

      • Albaloo Polo  

        Albaloo Polo  

        Albaloo Polo (Persian: آلبالوپلو, [Ālbālū Polo]) is delicious and colorful food. This food is often served as ceremonial food at parties and celebrations, thanks to its beautiful appearance. However, it is easier to prepare than most of the superb dishes.

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