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Nasreddin Shah’s Private Album

The state under Naser al-Din was the recognized government of Iran but its authority was undermined by local tribal leaders. The religious and tribal chieftains held quite a bit of autonomy over their communities. Naser al-Din was not effective in implementing his sovereignty over his people. Local groups had their own militias and oftentimes did not obey laws passed by ...

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Wonderful Watches Of England Royal Family

The British royal family is worth half a billion dollars and bring in countless tourists to the country. With that amount of money jingling round you might expect to see a glimpse of some of the rarest or most expensive timepieces in the world, however, it’s actually rare to see one of the royals wearing a watch.

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Tofigh Yearbook

Tawfiq was a humorous and humorous Persian-language weekly in Iran with about half a century of activity from 1302 to 1350 (1923 to 1971). As Tawfiq magazine was published on Friday nights, its slogan was: “Hamshahri! “Remember two things on Friday night: the second is to buy Tawfiq magazine!”

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Tehran Nightclubs Before The Revolution

Laleh-Zar street is one of the oldest streets of Tehran, Iran. This street is bordered to the south by Imam Khomeini square (former Toopkhaneh), and to the north by Enqelab Street (former Shah Reza Street).

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Sarah Jessica Parker success

Sarah Jessica Parker (born March 25, 1965) is an American actress and producer. She is known for her role as Carrie Bradshaw on the HBO television series Sex and the City (1998–2004), for which she won two Emmy Awards, four Golden Globe Awards for Best Actress in a Comedy Series and three Screen Actors Guild Awards.

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