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Iranian Carpet, Iranian Notion of Paradise

The Iranian carpet is the reflection of national art and culture of Iran
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Nomads of Iran, a Life on the Move

An introduction of nomad life in Iran
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Caravanserai, the Miniature City of the World's First Explorers

Caravanserais of Iran, the story coming out from the 1001 nights tales
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Eight Gates of Paradise in Sheikh Safi Shrine Ensemble

Sufism, the mystical branch of Islam
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Badgir, the Tower which Tempts the Wind

Badgir or windcatcher is the traditional and ancestral feature of Persian architecture
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Sassanian Archaeological Landscape , a Panorama of a Kingdom

Welcome to the original homeland of Persia
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Tabriz Bazaar, the Cultural and Commercial World Heritage

Alive heritage of Silk Road in Iran
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Jame Mosque of Isfahan over Twelve Century of History

Masjed-e Jame as an veritable museum of architecture
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Kubeh, the Ancient Iranian Door Bell Phone

Iron ornament of Iranian doors
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Persian Food, a Rainbow upon the Table

Food in Iran is way more than kebabs
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Kalpuregan the Flagship Living Museum of Pottery

A living museum of pottery in the world
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Chahrshanbe Suri, the Iranian Fire Festival to Purify the Souls

The most prominent rite on the arrival step of spring
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Meymand Village, each Cave-house of it, a Tunnel of Time

The winter home of shepherds burrowed into the rocks around grapes orchards
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Nowruz, the Persian New Year and Symbol of Renewal

Nowruz offers to all the occasion for a change, a renewal
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Sepandarmazgan, the Persian Day of Love and Women

Before the creation of Valentine's Day, there was a day for love and respect toward women in Persia
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Yazd, an Earthen Town of Wind-Catchers

Yazd, a "don't miss" destination in Iran is exactly what you have never seen before
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Golestan Palace, the Versailles of Tehran

Beyond the loaded flower beds, Golestan Palace can be named as the garden of Persian arts blend with 400 years of history
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The Heritage of Water and Engineering at Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System

A rich technical culture that is built to serve the sustainable development
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Blessing Qanat, the Underground Highways to the Water

Qanat did make the Persian civilization survive from drought in domination of aridity
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Tchogha Zanbil, a Million Bricks to the Elamite God

An intricacy of mud and glazed bricks rises on four levels unlike other Mesopotamian Ziggurats
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Bazaar, a Gateway into Iranians Ancient Culture

Delve deep into the heart of every Iranian Bazaar
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Zoroastrianism, the Oldest Monotheist Religion of Iran

Zoroastrianism is basically a way of life and thinking as the first monotheist religion of Iran
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How People Celebrate Christmas Eve in Iran

Christmas in Iran? Do people celebrate New Year in Iran? How does it look like?
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Persian garden, the Garden of Gods

Considered to be a sacred place, the Persian garden was surrounded by walls, not everyone was allowed to enter
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Iranian Tea; How to Make a Tasty Chai as a Professional

Tea is another inseparable part of Iranians lives as it’s consumed in various occasions and for numerous reasons on a daily basis
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Persepolis, the Legacy of Persia

Darius the great wished Persepolis to be an emblem of Achaemenid monarchy, a showplace where the world realized the power of Persia
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Yalda, the Longest Night of the Year

Yalda Eve is the traditional celebration in Iran as the longest night of the year to cherish rebirth of the Sun
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Naqsh-e Jahan Square, the Pattern of the World

Pacing the pavements of a World Heritage as Naqsh-e-Jahan square in Isfahan can make you feel you’re on a time travel
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Iran Rice Harvesting

Rice is a dominant member of Persian tables, but the cultivation is a delicate and sensitive process
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Pahlevani and Zoorkhaneh Rituals

Ever wondered about the origin of bodybuilding and fitness and the relation between Iranian traditional sport as pahlavani sport in zoorkhaneh?
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Fravashi, the Most Spiritual Symbol of Persia

The Fravashi or Faravahar is the highest individuality in Zoroastrianism that outreaches to the paradise after human being's life on the Earth
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