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Russian cemetery in Tehran: From Shah’s photographer to emigrants who... 07/11/2017 History
An over 100-year-old Russian cemetery in Tehran is the resting place for many, including those who fled the 1917 Revolution bloodshed, and Soviet sol...View Details»

Dancers and musicians at the Qajar court, late nineteenth century ... 06/01/2016 Media
Persia: The Court at Twilight by Christopher de Bellaigue | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books By Christopher de Bellaigue *** Antoin Sevruguin/...View Details»

ISAW Photography Exhibition Explores Persia's Past, 10/22... 10/10/2015 History
*** Naser al-Din Shah Qajar and Two of His Wives Reza `Akkasbashi Albumen print, ca. 1880 Kimia Foundation The Eye of the Shah: Qajar Court Photograph...View Details»

Beautiful Photos Of Everyday Life In 19th Century Iran ... 07/03/2015 History
By editor Originally published on Fri March 6, 2015 2:47 pm Since 1979, tens of thousands of Iranians have lived in exile in the United States. The I...View Details»

Negareh: Tehran Toopkhaneh Square.jpg... 01/01/2012 Media
Toopkhaneh Square built in 1867 by an order of Amir Kabir and Commissioned in 1877 is a major town square and a neighborhood in the south of Tehran. I...View Details»