Iranian mourners mark the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Ali (PBUH), the first Imam of Shias, in outdoor events while observing social distancing rules due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Iranian mourners mark martyrdom anniversary of first Imam of Shias
Shah Cheragh (King of the Light) is a major mausoleum and pilgrimage site in Shiraz in the southern province of Fars.
Holy shrine of Shah Cheragh in Shiraz
The reverse tulips are one of the most beautiful and amazing flowers found in central Iran during May and June.
The darling reverse tulips of May in central Iran
The Iranian film ‘The Badger’ directed by Kazem Molaei won four major awards at the 19th annual Riverside International Film Festival (RIFF) held virtually from April 27 to May 1 in Riverside, California.
Iranian film ‘The Badger’ wins RIFF award
Olympia Dukakis, who won an Oscar for her performance as a middle-aged mother who advises her headstrong daughter in the 1987 film ‘Moonstruck,’ died at age 89.
Oscar-winning actress Olympia Dukakis dies at 89
It’s a strange fact, but British inventor William Friese-Greene is as well-known among serious film buffs for not having invented cinema as he is for inventing it. Now, on the centenary of his sudden death at 65, mid-flow at a meeting of film distributors, admirers of this controversial pioneer from Bristol are at the center of a new drive to establish his international legacy once again.
Historian fights to establish William Friese-Greene as true father of cinema
The State Museum of Oriental Art in Moscow held an exhibition titled ‘Nizami's Subjects & Visual Works’ to commemorate Iranian poet Nizami Ganjavi.
Iranian poet Ganjavi commemorated in Russia

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