Iranian culture has been and is one of the most enduring and influential ones in history. The background of this culture is several thousand years old, the people of this land and their spiritual capital, and it is the offspring of an ancient civilization that has been influenced by a history that is full of ups and downs and audible and has reached today. To understand the culture of Iran, we must also look at the independent countries that surround Iran. Because whenever we talk about it, we mean the culture of Iran’s great civilization, and of course Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, the Republic of Azerbaijan, Kuwait, Bahrain and even Armenia and Georgia, as well as the Kurds of Iraq, Turkey, Syria. And it includes Pakistan, which has more or less inherited a corner of this hertitage.. The current Iranian culture is intertwined with the religious beliefs of Islam among the people of Iran, which, of course, is natural considering the majority of Muslims in the region. So that ethics such as pilgrimage, Muharram ceremonies, Mid-Shaban celebration, etc. have become inseparable parts of Iranian culture. Prominent elements of Iranian culture that transcend the political boundaries of Iran. It covers a much wider region, including most Middle Eastern countries. These elements include Persian language and dialects and dialects of Persian, national celebrations such as Nowruz and Yalda night, etc., philosophy, Zoroastrian religions and rituals and love, Iranian art in literature and poetry, architecture, music, etc. He mentioned Iranian food and food, clothing and of course the people of these areas and so on. Iranian culture has passed centuries of experience, knowledge, wisdom, tradition and etiquette. The people of Iran have been the builders and protectors of their this throughout the history of their homeland, which has the oldest history. Many peoples of the world invaded or invaded other lands and introduced their culture to the inhabitants of those places, but history shows that the invaders who invaded Iran, such as the Greeks and the Mongols, were affected by the Iranian people.