The State Department launched a virtual U.S. Embassy
for Iran yesterday which has apparently already been blocked
by Iranian officials. There is another historical, virtual U.S. Embassy for Iran of sorts in the form of the collection of U.S. documents seized during the 1979 siege of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran.
Copies of seized documents were published as a series called "Documents from the U.S. Espionage Den" volumes of which are available online
The publishers of the documents reportedly utilized skilled carpet weavers to reconstruct documents that had been shredded, a technique that would likely impress DARPA
Unclear whether there are any plans for similarly publishing documents recently seized
from the British Embassy in Tehran. For additional information on the publication of the U.S. embassy documents, see this post
by the Federation of American Scientists.