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Iranians Outdoors to Mark Picnic Festivity
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
Iranian families spend Sizdehbedar, that is the last day of the new year break, outdoors.
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Iran's Oldest Zoroastrian Temple
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
The Rey fire temple located in the province of Tehran is 2,000 years old and is regarded as the country's oldest Zoroastrian temple.
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Haft Seen in the Depths of the Persian Gulf
Sunday, March 30, 2008
Iran lays out a Haft Seen in the depths of the breathtaking turquoise waters of the Persian Gulf on the occasion of the Iranian New Year.
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Ferdowsi: Standard-Bearer of Iranian Identity in Globalization Age
Sunday, March 30, 2008
If not one of the most ancient and oldest cultures and civilizations of the world, Iran is undoubtedly, one of their most ancient. Identity is not something to be earned overnight and it took many centuries before Iran gained its independent and cultural identity.
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Norouz, Spiritual Heritage of Iranians
Sunday, March 30, 2008
This year, Norouz (Iranian New Year) ceremonies are different from past years. Norouz was registered as the great spiritual heritage of the Iranian culture and civilization at the beginning of the new Iranian year (started on March 20, 2008).
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Iran's Scientific Communities' Condemnation Letter to Google
Monday, March 10, 2008
Iranian scientific communities and academic associations expressed widespread condemnation of Google's map that shows Persian Gulf under fabricated title of "Arabian Gulf!"
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ASSALUYEH, IRAN’S ENERGY CAPITAL
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
When the British technicians built Abadan refinery, there was a sign on walls which said, “No Iranian Allowed.” Oil nationalization put an end to that contemptuous situation and now achievements of Iranians who yearn to develop their country can be seen everywhere. South Pars in Assaluyeh region is just part of those achievements. The following report is a cursory glance at the situation in South Pars and Assaluyeh region.
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Review of Some Travel Logs: IRAN THROUGH OTHERS’ EYES
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
During thousands of years, some people have been avidly trying to know about the life and customs of this nation. The mysteries of the Iranian plateau has attracted many researchers and swashbucklers from other lands, especially the West.
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Jewelry and Makeup in Ancient Persia
Saturday, February 23, 2008
Archaeological finds in Iran show that women and men applied makeup and arrayed themselves with ornaments approximately 10,000 years ago, a trend which began from religious convictions rather than mere beautification motivations.
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Kerman, City of Historical Places of Worship
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
The ancient city of Kerman has been a haven for coexistence of various religions from a long time ago. For this reason, the signs of that coexistence can be found all through the city.
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