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Here we are again, together we will get familiar with another part of Iran’s history. This time we are going to deal with one of the most important places during Sassanid dynasty. It was once a place of glory and power. So suppose yourself traveling trough the history, going back to 1800 years ago. Once upon a time… Ardeshir, the founder of Sassanid dynasty, had been appointed as the governor...
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Iran Facts
Each country has some secrets that are interesting to know, actually secrets are originally interesting. Iran is a country with lots of fascinating mysteries facts. The reason can be related to western medias and also the poor advertisement system in Iran. So here are some interesting truth about Iran facts. 1-They are not Arabs The first thing is that in spite of the common believe Iranian are not Arabs. In...
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Shah mosque
Here is the story of building a mosque, a special mosque with special features. The story begins with a vow. Shah Tahmasb, a Safavid king, survived from a battle, and vowed to build a mosque in order to thank his survival, but he couldn’t. he died and later his grandson, Shah Abbas the 1st the great granted his grandfather’s wish, after changing the dynastic capital to Isfahan. he built a...
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Sassanid palace
The Sassanid palace is located near Sarvestan, a city to the south of Iran near Shiraz. It is a monument dates back to the Sassanid dynasty, that can be seen as the glory of the past. The Sassanid palace of Sarvestan was built by Mehr Nerseh, the renowned Sassanid minister, he was the minister of several Sassanid Emperors such as Bahram the 5th. The materials of the building are stone...
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Sheikh Lotfollah mosque
Heading to Naqsh-e Jahan square we reach our destination today. The area is known to everyone as its name is on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List. In a corner of the square, a beautiful dome stands firm and glows. This dome belongs to Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, which invites us into it. We get closer and step into this building … Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque is a historical and famous mosque in...
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