The new issue of the book “Positive Tourist” magazine entitled “One Hundred Visible Hidden Treasures in the Intangible Heritage of Iran” was published with the introduction of 100 intangible heritage of Iran in bilingual (Persian and English) and illustrated.
“Positive Tourist” is a monthly magazine focusing on increasing public awareness about the cultural heritage and tourism treasures of Isfahan and Iran.
In its fourth issue, with the Persian title “100 hidden treasures of Iran’s intangible heritage” and the English title “100 selected intangible cultural heritages” the mentioned elements were introduced in five approved branches of expressions and traditions, performing arts, collective activities, rituals and celebrations, traditional knowledge and practices related to nature and the universe, and traditions related to handicrafts.
Miniature is the title of the latest intangible heritage that was registered in the World Heritage List of Iran and three other countries. Four years ago, polo in the name of Iran was registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List. For this reason, on the cover of the new issue of Positive Tourist, which is dedicated to introducing the 100 intangible national heritage of Iran is a miniature print of polo.
There are even several functional works such as inlaid tables and inlays that have designs written by the master as Intangible Heritage.
The first issue of Positive Tourist Magazine with the Persian title “Handbook on Top 100 tourism destinations in Isfahan” and English title “Handbook on Top 100 tourism destinations in Isfahan” was published in 480 pages.
The second issue of this magazine with the Persian title “100 Untold Stories from Isfahan” and the English title “Top 100 Tales of Isfahan” in 215 pages reached the interested audience.
The third issue with the Persian title “100 lasting monuments of Isfahan in handicrafts and traditional arts” And the English title “Top 100 Eternal Memorabilia of Isfahan in craft and folk art” was presented in the form of a 230-page magazine book. And now the fourth’s content is dedicated to Intangible Heritage.