Holding the cultural nights of different provinces in Tehran’s Milad Tower is a great opportunity to introduce different tourism capacities of the country.
Organized by the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization, Ali Darvishpour Managing Director of Milad Tower said the event will open up opportunities for developing the tourism potentials, publicizing resort destinations, and introducing the cultural climates of each province,
Darvishpour said the event will lead to prosperity of the tourism economy in the country.
Inaugurated on July 13, he said the event would be continued until September 10.
Clusters of tourism associates, artists and artisans from all over the country are being held in separate cultural nights of Tehran’s Milad Tower.
Filled from corner to corner with ancient bazaars, museums, mosques, monuments, gardens, historical sites, rich natural and rural landscapes, Iran hosts some of the world’s oldest cultural monuments, including 22 UNESCO World Heritage sites.