UNESCO organized a festive event today at the Ivan Attar Auditorium in Sa’adabad Cultural and Historical Complex of Tehran to mark the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development 2018 in Iran.
Esther Kuisch-Laroche, Director of the UNESCO Cluster Office in Tehran welcomed Iran amazing culture and its long-standing civilization.
Iranian architects won two awards at the UNESCO competitions in Algeria.
UNESCO joined a ceremony attended by President Hassan Rouhani and representatives of the international community to celebrate the designation of Tabriz as Capital of Islamic Tourism in 2018 by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).
UNESCO and the University of Tehran celebrated the 5th International Day of Sport for Development and Peace to highlight the importance of investment in physical activities for the present and future of the country.
Authorities of Pasargadae, a UNESCO World Heritage, have recently launched an official website for the magnificent royal complex in southern Iran.
UNESCO has recognized the team sport of polo, played on horseback, as Iran’s intangible cultural heritage during a session held in South Korea on December 7.
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Shahr-e Kord, a city in southern Iran, is seeking to have its name on the UNESCO list as the world’s feltmaking hub.
Associate Professor of Law at the University of Shahid Beheshti in Tehran and a consultant to UNESCO described handicrafts as an important Iranian intangible heritage.