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Avroman Became A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Avroman or Hawraman, is a mountainous region located within the provinces of Kurdistan and Kermanshah in western Iran and in north-eastern Kurdistan Region in Iraq. The main part of the Hawraman region is located in Iran and encompasses two components of the Central-Eastern Valley (Zhawaro and Takht, in Kurdistan Province); and the Western Valley (Lahon, in Kermanshah Province). The mode ...

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Morvary Qajar Military Cannon

Pearl Ball is a novel written by Sadegh Hedayat. This book was written in 1326, but was not allowed to be published during the author’s lifetime. The first edition of the book dates back to 1979, when it was published underground. The book was originally published under the pseudonym Hadi Sedaghat.

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Why Didn’t Anyone Want To Be The King’s Son-In-Law?

Fatḥ-ʻAli Šâh Qâjâr (‎var. Fathalishah, Fathali Shah, Fath Ali Shah; 25 September 1772 – 23 October 1834) was the second Shah (king) of Qajar Iran. He reigned from 17 June 1797 until his death. His reign saw the irrevocable ceding of Iran’s northern territories in the Caucasus, comprising what is nowadays Georgia, Dagestan, Azerbaijan, and Armenia, to the Russian Empire ...

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Qajar Time Wolves Man & Lambs Women

Qajar Iran (About this soundlisten (help·info)), also referred to as Qajar Persia, the Qajar Empire, officially the Sublime State of Persia (‎ Dowlat-e Âliyye-ye Irân) and also known then as the Guarded Domains of Persia Mamâlek-e Mahruse-ye Irân), was an Iranian empire ruled by the Qajar dynasty, which was of Turkic origin, specifically from the Qajar tribe, from 1789 to ...

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Nowruz Qajari

Nowruz has Iranian and Zoroastrian origins; however, it has been celebrated by diverse communities for over 3,000 years in Western Asia, Central Asia, the Caucasus, the Black Sea Basin, the Balkans, and South Asia. It is a secular holiday for most celebrants that is enjoyed by people of several different faiths, but remains a holy day for Zoroastrians, Baháʼís, and ...

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