Vol. 13, No. 26, 2010

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Come Taste The Land

Author(s): Mohammad Reza Rajabi - Page No: 3

Summary: Orientologists who have visited Iran through the ages, or the official envoys who have spent part of their lives in the country, all agree that Iran is a country of rich civilization, flowers, nightingales and poems. Today, all around the world there is a grave enthusiasm to preserve the natural environment, ...

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Iran and Her Most Effective Mosque

Author(s): Mohammad Taghvashoar - Page No: 4

Summary: Sheikh Lotf Allah Mosque (Persian: مسجد شيخ لطف الله Masjed-e Sheikh Lotf-ollah) is one of the architectural masterpieces of Safavid Iranian architecture, standing on the eastern side of Naghsh-i Jahan Square, Isfahan, Iran. Construction of the mosque started in 1615 and was finished in 1618. It was built by Shah Abbas ...

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Top Ten Most Beautiful Mosques In The World

Author(s): Naffice Haghighat Javan - Page No: 8

Summary: Here’s a list of most beautiful mosques in the world. Mosques is place for praying for Muslim. Usually mosques was built in the countries with lot of Muslim population. It means that those beautiful mosques is located in those countries. The criteria of these chosen mosques are based on the ...

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Friday Mosque Of Yazd

Author(s): Mohammad Taghvashoar - Page No: 10

Summary: Situated adjacent to the center of the town of Yazd, the complex of the Friday mosque of Yazd was founded in the twelfth century; however, what stands on the site today is the new mosque (masjid-i jadid) built in 1324 under the Il Khanids, and later augmented in 1365 under ...

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The Impact of Women on the Human's Civilization

Author(s): Raha Roozbahan - Page No: 14

Summary: It’s a sunny and hot afternoon in Khordad. The address is straightforward; Tir 30th street, Iran national museum. I enter the museum. The exhibition of “Women through the Passage of Time” has opened to the public on the occasion of Fatima’s (peace be upon her) birthday anniversary. I have to ...

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The anthropology encyclopedia center

Author(s): Dr. Sadeq Mahfouzi - Page No: 18

Summary: The originator of the anthropology encyclopedia center and one of the biggest museums of manuscript and culture. Beside he is in charge of the Avicenne investigation institute and head secretary of Iran΄s Islamic society investigation and selected by the UNESCO and cultural heritage organization.  Short History  The savant Ibn-e Sina (Avicenne: 980-1037) was ...

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