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Iran opens its first superheavy oil refinery in Qeshm
Iranian President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi officially inaugurated the first superheavy oil refinery in Iran on Friday as the country moves ahead with plans to develop its massive petroleum sector despite sanctions imposed by the United States.
Khorbas Cave, mysterious ancient site on Qeshm Island
By Leila Imani* Archeology is the study of the ancient and recent human past through material remains. Archeology analyzes the physical remains of the past in pursuit of a broad and comprehensive understanding of human culture. Archeologists analyze artifacts, features, and other information recovered in ancient fields to help answer their research questions. During the investigative process, they might seek to learn when people occupied the site, the purpose of the objects recovered, what the people ate, the kinds of structures they built, with whom they traded, and much more. The first archeological excavations in Iran were carried out by British archeologists William Kent Loftus from 1849 to 1851 in the ruins of Susa, the ancient capital of Elam (3100-2700 BCE), located in southwestern Iran. This date can be considered as the beginning of archeological excavations in Iran. There are many ancient sites in Iran, each of which goes back to an ancient civilization, or part of the old history of the vast country. The book entitled, “Archaeology of Iran in the Historical Period,” written by a large number of scholars from around the world, was published by the University of Tehran in 2020. It presents an up-to-date survey of pre-Islamic Iran, from the earliest dynasty of Elam to the end of the Sassanid Empire, encompassing a rich diversity of peoples and cultures. The book is a collection of essays, and in one of which, entitled, “Archeological Study of Khorbas Cave on Qeshm Island,” the structure of the ancient cave is discussed. In the southern province of Hormuzgan, Qeshm Island is Iran’s largest island, and Khorbas Cave is one of the most prominent examples of rock architecture in the region of the Persian Gulf. Following is a lightly edited version of the article, accompanied by photos which appear in the book. * Leila Imani is a staff writer in Iran Daily.
Mangrove Forests among great tourist attractions of Qeshm Island
Mangrove Forests of Qeshm are definitely one of the best natural tourist attractions of this island in the south of Iran and it owes its fame to its peculiar characteristic, wrote.
Stars Valley in Qeshm, one of the most unique natural attractions of Iran
Qeshm Island, in southern province of Hormuzgan, is a wondrous island. A massive piece of land in the midst of Persian Gulf in the world, Qeshm is one of the most exotic places in Iran. The diversity of natural formations on the island will amaze you. There lie side by side forests, valleys, mountains and golden coasts.
Qeshm, heaven of geotourism in Middle East
Located along the Strait of Hormoz, in the middle of the Persian Gulf, the largest island in the region with its dolphin shape stands.
Iran’s Qeshm Island can turn into export hub of petrochemical products: NPC
The managing director of Iran’s National Petrochemical Company (NPC) said that Qeshm Island has an excellent position to turn into a hub of construction, development, production, and export of a variety of petrochemical products.
Kharbas Caves, outstanding works of rock-cut architecture
The Kharbas Caves, which were once a temple, attract the attention of archeologists and visitors alike.
Salty Dome, a natural attraction of Qeshm
Namakdan Mountain or Salty Dome — located in the southwest of Qeshm Island, Hormuzgan Province — is considered one of the natural attractions.
Khorbas Cave, a tourist attraction on Qeshm Island
Overlooking the Persian Gulf, the Khorbas Cave on the southern Iranian Island of Qeshm is partly natural, partly man-made.
Fire injures 12 in Tehran
At least 12 people were injured in a fire at a ten-story building of a petroleum company in Tehran, an official of emergency medical services (EMS) said Monday.
UNESCO Global Geoparks meeting kicks off in Qeshm
The first Global Georparks meeting and expert-training workshop started work in Qeshm Island, southern Iran on Saturday.
Chahkooh Valley, a gem on Qeshm Island’s natural beauty
‘Chahkooh Valley’ is an excellent valley to visit, particularly for those interested in geotourism sites and pleasant landscapes.

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