The bestselling Iranian novel, ‘Kiss the Lovely Face of God,’ by Mostafa Mastur will be translated into the Urdu language and will be published in Pakistan.
‘Kiss the Lovely Face of God’ to be translated into Urdu language
The corridors once walked by the likes of Jane Austen and the Brontë sisters have been silent for the past four months, as the museums at the homes of some of the UK’s greatest authors have been closed. But after weathering the threat of permanent closure posed by the coronavirus pandemic, many of the UK’s places of literary pilgrimage are tentatively preparing to reopen.
Back to life: UK literary museums are reopening amid uncertain future
Iranian short animated piece, ‘Malakout,’ directed by Farnoosh Abedi, won an award at the third Da Vinci International Film Festival (DIFF) in the US.
Iran’s short film ‘Malakout’ awarded at Da Vinci festival
Acclaimed Iranian kamancheh virtuoso Kayhan Kalhor will perform online concerts in both Tehran and Isfahan.
Kayhan Kalhor to perform ‘Silent City’ online in Tehran, Isfahan
Well-known Iranian director, Khosro Sinai, who is known for the acclaimed drama ‘Bride of Fire,’ died on Saturday at the age of 80.
Iran’s prominent director Sinai dies at 80
Glass was highly valued across the Roman Empire, particularly a colorless, transparent version that resembled rock crystal. But the source of this coveted material — known as Alexandrian glass — has long remained a mystery.
Where was ‘Alexandrian glass’ really from?
In normal years, tourism in Chile's natural paradise, Pucon, is thriving. But with travel restrictions amid a pandemic, residents whose livelihood is dependent on tourism are suffering — with no clear end in sight.
Coronavirus leaves South American tourism operators in the lurch
A team of researchers from the UK and South Africa has discovered that most of the hulking sandstone boulders — called sarsens — that make up the famous Stonehenge monument appear to share a common origin 25 km (15.5 miles) away in West Woods on the edge of the Marlborough Downs, Wiltshire, England.
Archeologists pinpoint source of Stonehenge’s sarsen megaliths
Since the 1970s, Oslo’s modest government quarter has been dominated by a huge work of art: ‘The Fishermen,’ a concrete mural by Pablo Picasso and the Norwegian artist Carl Nesjar that overlooks the district’s central square.
Picasso mural torn from building in Norway after years of dispute
Venice came up with a unique way for people to still enjoy watching films on the big screen despite COVID-19 restrictions by providing “boat-ins.”
Venice opens first ‘boat-in’ cinema for film lovers

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