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After Ali Qapu in Isfahan and Niavaran Palace in Tehran, UNESCO-registered historical sites in Iran will have electronic ticketing system in the near future, said the director general for World Heritage Affairs Farhad Azizi, Mehr news agency reported. The electronic ticketing system allows better security control and easier collection of data and statistics particularly during high travel seasons like Nowruz holidays, he noted.

 

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