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January, 10, 2014 A.D.:
Historical Sites of Iran: Shushtar Khuzestan Achaemenid Salasel Fortress

Salasel Fortress is located on a hill overlooking Shatit River in the city of Shoushtar, Khuzestan province. In pre-Islamic times, water from the river passed underneath the fortress and reached different parts of the city. According to Iran Daily, the fortress was in use until the Qajar period... Read Full Article:

January, 13, 2014 A.D.:
Negareh Picturesque Masouleh Village Imbedded in Mountains in Iran

Masouleh (Masuleh) is a small mountain village in Fouman district of Gilan Province north of Iran. Photo: High Quality picture of Masouleh mountainside with clouds descending http://danamotor.ir/Fouman_Masouleh_Appartment_House.jpg The historical town of Masouleh, having an attractive nature and a ... Read Full Article:

January, 28, 2014 A.D.:
Italian expert finds spelling mistakes in Persepolis inscriptions

TEHRAN, Jan. 28 (MNA) – An expert of the historical philology of Iranian languages of the “L’Orientale” University of Naples has said that he has found a few spelling mistakes in the inscriptions located in the ruins of Persepolis, an ancient capital of Persia. Engravers with a low level of ... Read Full Article:

February, 4, 2014 A.D.:
The Fin Garden of Kashan; Persian Hamam Complex

The Fin Garden of Kashan & Persian Hamam Complex is a piece of heaven in the middle of desert. Fin Garden (locally known as Bagh-e Fin) is located in Kashan, Iran, is a historical Persian Garden. It contains Kashan's Fin Bath (Persian Hamam), where Amir Kabir, the Qajarid chancellor, was murdered by... Read Full Article:

February, 5, 2014 A.D.:
Iran–Morocco Re-establishi Diplomatic Ties

Relations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Kingdom of Morocco are mostly non-existent, and diplomatic relations between the two nations have often been tarred by disputes. On several occasions Iran and Morocco have mostly or completely severed diplomatic relations. https://english.alar... Read Full Article:

February, 6, 2014 A.D.:
Taq-i Kisra (Ayvan-e Kasra): A landmark in the history of architecture

Now only an imposing brick ruin, Ayvan-e Kasra is the most famous of all Sasanian monuments and a landmark in the history of architecture. While actually belonging to the city of Asbanbar on the east bank of the Tigris below Baghdad, the Ayvan-e Kasra was the legendary throne hall of the Sasanian ki... Read Full Article:

February, 6, 2014 A.D.:
Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex Tabriz has been a place of cultural exchange since antiquity and its historic bazaar complex is one of the most important commercial centres on the Silk Road. Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex consists of a series of interconnected, covered, brick structures, buildings, ... Read Full Article:

February, 6, 2014 A.D.:
Reflection: An American Tourist in Iran

BY SOPHIA KHAN I sat within a crowd of women; hundreds of women all dressed in black chadors, a long black gown that covers everything but feet, face, and hands in an outdoor space covered with white sheets. “Where are you from?” the woman beside me inquired. “America,” I replied. Moment... Read Full Article:

February, 7, 2014 A.D.:
Happy Birthday to the Islamic Republic of Iran

By Dr. Majid Rafizadeh Ceremonies in the Islamic Republic of Iran began on Saturday, marking the 35th anniversary of the victory of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, which deposed pro-West monarch Mohammad Reza Shah and ushered in the Islamic Republic. The beginning of the 10 days of celebration, called... Read Full Article:

March, 5, 2014 A.D.:
Artemisia, The Warrior Queen: Admiral of the Persian Navy 350 BC

Artemisia By Jone Johnson Lewis Basic Artemisia Facts: Known for: warrior queen - she joined Xerxes in his battle against the Greeks at Salamis Dates: 5th century B.C.E. Named for: the goddess Artemis Also known as: Artemesia Not to be confused with: Artemisia of Halicarnassus, ca. 350 B.C.E, who i... Read Full Article:

March, 10, 2014 A.D.:
35 Countries Where the U.S. Has Supported Fascists, Drug Lords and Terrorists

By Nicolas J.S. Davies Alternative News Here's a handy A to Z guide to U.S.-backed international crime. 35 Countries Where the U.S. Has Supported Fascists, Drug Lords and Terrorists Here's a handy A to Z guide to U.S.-backed international crime. Alternet/ +toto handala The U.S. is backing Ukraine'... Read Full Article:

March, 23, 2014 A.D.:
Welcome Spring: Fars Province, Cradle of Persian Empire

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's Southern province of Fars with all its ancient and historical sights hosts tens of thousands of Iranian and foreign tourists in summer vacations as it is full of natural beauties in the season. March 21 marks the start of Spring and the turn of the new Iranian year, and to comm... Read Full Article:

March, 26, 2014 A.D.:
The 30-Year US/Iran Nuke Standoff: We Started It In The Reagan Days

by David Stockman • March 26, 2014 The Washington narrative about Iran’s alleged secret program to obtain nuclear weapons capability is among the single greatest lies ever propagated by the Warfare State. It has been underway for 30 years now—so the cumulative web of deceit, disinformation, di... Read Full Article:

March, 27, 2014 A.D.:
Rouhani in Kabul for Norouz intl. festivity

TEHRAN, March 27 (MNA) – Iran’s president Hassan Rouhani has arrived in Afghanistan’s capital to attend the 4th international celebration of Norouz. Norouz (Persian for ‘new day’) is the New Year’s 1st day in the Iranian Solar calendar at the beginning of spring (March 21). Norouz is al... Read Full Article:

March, 28, 2014 A.D.:
Historical Iran Landmarks: The Tabriz Citadel

Built during the reign of Ilkhanate reign in Tabriz, the Citadel used to be a mosque. Tabriz Citadel, also known as Alishah Citadel and Alishah Mosque, is still one of the tallest walls in the country. The remnants of this great structure, today stands at 28 meters. Over the years, Tabriz Citadel w... Read Full Article:

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