Story of Amu Nowruz
Once upon a time there was an old man called Amu Nowruz (meaning uncle Nowruz). He knew lots of stories about traveling. He used to set out on a journey on the first day of spring to visit different parts of the world during the rest of the year. One of the things he did was paying a visit to Naneh Sarma (meaning mother coldness). Naneh Sarma loved Amu Nowruz. She waited for Amu Nowruz at the end of the cold season to see him before the New Year. One of the things she did was getting up early on the meeting day to clean the house, … [ Read More ]
Tourism and the Digital Transformation
This year, World Tourism Day highlights the need for investment in disruptive digital technologies that can help foster an environment for innovation and entrepreneurship in tourism.
We live in an increasingly connected and interdependent world with digital advances transforming how we inform ourselves, transforming our behaviour, and encouraging innovation. We need not only new tools but also new capacities and ways of thinking … [ Read More ]
People of the world; Iran!
It’s been a long time that historical monuments and natural treasures of every country are considered as global wealth and humans believe the treasures belong to everyone. These works have been registered by global organizations; a move that shows their universality; works such as historical buildings, rituals, handicrafts and even natural heritage. Each of these landmarks or arts is considered a potential for tourism, attracting lots of tourists each year … [ Read More ]
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