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Tabriz: City of traditional cuisine and sweets
Qorabieh festival to be held in Tabriz
Tabriz submits documents to UNESCO to be designated as City of Literature
Iran submitted the dossier of its northwestern city of Tabriz, in Azarbaijan Province, to UNESCO, to be named as the City of Literature, said the mayor of Tabriz.
Tokyo Olympics carpet woven by artists from Iran’s northwestern city of Tabriz
A carpet depicting the Olympics atlas was woven for the first time by artists from Iran’s northwestern city of Tabriz on the wake of Tokyo Olympics 2020, which will start this month in Japan.
El Goli Garden, memorable landmark of Tabriz
El Goli or Shah Goli is the name of a beautiful garden in Tabriz, the capital of the northwestern province of East Azarbaijan. It is considered one of the main symbols of the city because of its beauty and great history, and stands out alongside other symbols such as the Maqbarat-o-Shoara (Mausoleum of Poets) and the Clock Square.
First House of Iran Stamp Museum to open in Tabriz
The First House of Iran Stamp Museum will open at Mujtahedis’ House in Tabriz, East Azarbaijan Province, concurrent with the Communications Week and the Cultural Heritage Week.
Tabriz Bazaar an important commercial center on Silk Road
Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex, East Azarbaijan Province, is an ancient compound of roofed brick-made passageways, structures, buildings and enclosed spaces used for a series of various functions. It has always played major roles in developing social, economic and political developments in Iran.
Tabriz to host joint Iran-Turkey tourism committee
Tabriz, the capital of the northwestern Province of East Azarbaijan, will host a joint tourism committee between Turkey and Iran, said deputy Iranian minister of cultural heritage, tourism and handicraft.
Deputy health minister: Whole country in ‘red’ zone
Iran reports more than 3,000 coronavirus cases in 24 hours
Tabriz heritage en route to UNESCO inscription
Iran and Germany are expanding archeological collaboration in line with the plans to inscribe the ruins of Rab’-e Rashidi, an educational complex dating back to the 14th century, in the northwestern East Azarbaijan Province, on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Tabriz schools to teach Azari language
A number of schools in Tabriz will start pilot teaching of the Azari language as of September 23, the director general of the Education Department of East Azarbaijan Province announced.

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