Vol. 15, No. 30, 2012

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Iran From Two Views

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

Summary: Iran would be observed from two different views; each encourages everyone to travel to this attractive land. After the third freezing era and circa 40,000 years ago, there has been three living places in which three mankind races could evolve and change to the present ones; North Africa, the land of ...

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Persian Gulf Forever

Author(s): Navid Mohebi far - Page No: 4

Summary: The Persian Gulf is a name which given to the jut of the water of the OmanSea; the Persian Gulf is located between the south of Iran and Saudi ArabiaPeninsula. The Persian Gulf is 990 km in length and its widest part is 340 km; in Strait of Hormuz the ...

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Iran Land of wonders

Author(s): Reza Chahkanouie - Page No: 6

Summary: Some criticized us that we pride ourselves on our country more than what is real. Correctness of this depends on the personal interpretations of the individuals, and this writing doesn’t aim at confirming or rejecting this claim. Across our homeland, there can be seen many points and intricacies that each ...

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Carpet Washers - Symbolic Carpet Washing Rituals in Mashhad-e Ardehal

Author(s): Ismail Amin Moghadam - Page No: 8

Summary: Geographical Location Ardehal or Mashhad-e Ardehal is a village in Naragh town, a town which is part of Delijan city. Deligan City is one of the cities of MarkaziProvince, a province in Iran. Mashhad-e Ardahal is located west north of Ghamsar town, 49 Km west of Kashan city, 42 Km south ...

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Divinity and Love of Religion in Iranian Culture and Art

Author(s): Mohammad Sadegh Mahfouzi - Page No: 14

Summary: Although only after the start of Safavid period the Shia sect was announced as the official religion in Iran during the Timurid rule also a considerable number of Shia followers used to lived even in Heart one of the capitals of Timurid Empire. We can sings in the inscriptions and ...

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Yari City, a Dormant Civilization of the Iron Age

Author(s): Reza Chahkanouei - Page No: 22

Summary: There are many historical, ancient monuments and building across Iran .Truly speaking, a few places can be found in Iran where there isn’t a several year old historical monument. According to some records and reports, it is estimated that there are one million historical monuments and buildings in Iran. Historical ...

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