Mon Aug 3, 2015 9:0AM
The file photo shows Milad Tower’s delphinium.
The file photo shows Milad Tower’s delphinium.
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In this edition of Iran, Reza Nayebi takes us to the Milad Tower to have a look at a small group of fish used for medical reasons. The fish eat at the dead skin of your feet and remove tension from your body. Then he swims with dolphins and watches their performance. 

Hoda Lezgee takes us to Tehran’s Geology Museum to learn more about our planet earth and also about Iran’s geological features.

The Reza Abbasi Museum is one of the outstanding art and history museums of Iran. All the objects on display are bought from collectors rather than being excavated or discovered. The museum showcases a rare collection of famous miniature paintings and manuscripts in addition to ancient Persian and post-Islamic Iran relics that have uniquely remained intact.

The village of Masouleh is located in the southwest of Rasht, the capital of Gilan Province in the north of Iran. Masouleh is one of Iran’s most popular tourist attractions. Every year, thousands of visitors travel to Masouleh to see this unique architecture and scenery.