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Sepandarmazgan, the Persian Day of Love and Women
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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
Yazd, an Earthen Town of Wind-Catchers
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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
Golestan Palace, the Versailles of Tehran
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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
The Heritage of Water and Engineering at Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System
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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
Blessing Qanat, the Underground Highways to the Water
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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
Tchogha Zanbil, a Million Bricks to the Elamite God
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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
Bazaar, a Gateway into Iranians Ancient Culture
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Bazaar, a Gateway into Iranians Ancient Culture

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

Zoroastrianism is basically a way of life and thinking
How People Celebrate Christmas Eve in 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?
Persian garden, the Garden of Gods
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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
Iranian Tea; How to Make a Tasty Chai as a Professional
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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
Persepolis, the Legacy of Persia
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Persepolis, the Legacy of Persia

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

Rebirth of the Sun
Naqsh-e Jahan Square, the Pattern of the World
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Naqsh-e Jahan Square, the Pattern of the World

Pacing the pavements of Naqsh-e-Jahan square can make you feel you’re on a time travel.
Iran Rice Harvesting
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Iran Rice Harvesting

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

Ever wondered about the origin of bodybuilding and fitness?
Fravashi, the Most Spiritual Symbol of Persia
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Fravashi, the Most Spiritual Symbol of Persia

The Fravashi is the highest individuality that outreach to the paradise after human being's life on the Earth
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