Iranian archeologists have discovered 20 new inscriptions in Naqsh-e Rostam historical complex near the southern city of Shiraz.
20 new inscriptions found in Iran’s Naqsh-e Rostam Necropolis
A third of jobs in Germany's tourism industry could be lost in the coronavirus crisis without government help, the president of Federal Association of the German Tourism Industry (BTW) Michael Frenzel said. This comes as a poll shows many Germans are scared to travel.
Tourism sector faces collapse in Germany as people drop vacation plans
Two Iranian films ‘Maranjab,’ directed by Mostafa Mehraban and ‘Untimely’ by Pouya Eshtehardi received awards at the 11th edition of the IndieFEST Film Awards in the United States.
Iranian films shine in IndieFEST in US
The president of the Economic Cooperation Organization Cultural Institute (ECI) in Iran emphasized the development of cultural ties between the organization and Iran.
ECI, Iran agree to boost cultural ties
Iranian writer, director, and editor, Hooman Naderi, was selected as a member of the jury panel of the 7th edition of the US Free Speech Film Festival which is slated for September 20.
Iranian director Naderi picked as US Free Speech jury member
Greece could be one of the first countries in Europe to welcome tourists back, once the COVID-19 pandemic has been combatted, according to World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) President & CEO Gloria Guevara.
Greece could be one of the first countries that welcomes tourists after coronavirus shutdown
Archeologists from the APSARA National Authority (ANA) recently discovered a large statue of a turtle buried at the bottom of a pond in the Angkor Wat area in Cambodia.
Archeologists discover mysterious turtle statue in Angkor Wat pond
The International Short Film Festival themed ‘One Minute Quarantine’ on the coronavirus pandemic is to be held in Tehran, capital of Iran. The exact date has yet to be announced.
Iran to host int’l film festival on COVID-19
The Eastern musical instrument the bass ghaychak (Persian bowed string instrument) was designed and made by artists from the Traditional Arts Group of the Research Institute of Cultural Heritage & Tourism to replace the cello in Iran’s National Orchestra, said the director of Expansion and Development of Traditional Arts Office at Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO).
Iran’s bass ghaychak will replace Iran National Orchestra’s cello

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