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Sohrab Sepehri who was poet as well as a talented painter

Sohrab Sepehri (October 7, 1928 – April 21, 1980) was a notable poet and painter. He is considered to be one of the five most famous persian poets who have practiced modern poetry alongside Nima Youshij, Ahmad Shamlou, Mehdi Akhavan-Sales, and Forough Farrokhzad. Sepehri’s poems have been translated into several languages, including English, French, Spanish, Italian and Lithuanian.

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Marc Anthony, 53, is engaged to model Nadia Ferreira, 23

Marc Anthony and his much-younger girlfriend, Nadia Ferreira, are engaged.After giving subtle glimpses of her diamond engagement ring all week on social media, the 23-year-old model confirmed Thursday that she and the 53-year-old singer are set to marry.“Engagement party!!!” Ferreira captioned a close-up photo on her Instagram Story of her and Anthony holding hands. She tagged him in the social …

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The father of the blinds in homeland

Pastor Ernst J. Christoffel, born in 1876 in Rheydt/Rhineland, Germany, was CBM’s founder and director for many years. Ernst Christoffel laid the foundations for CBM as a modern organisation working together with Partners to serve persons with disabilities.In 1908, Christoffel set out for Turkey and founded a home in Malatia for blind and otherwise disabled and orphaned children, with the …

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The first Iranian that became an American citizen

Mirza Mohammad Ali , better known as Hajj Sayyah (1836–1925), was a famous persian American world traveler and political activist.He is the first persian to obtain American citizenship. According to a decree issued by the District Court of the 12th Judicial District of the State of California, he naturalized on May 26, 1875.His studies exposed him at a young age …

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Palestinian bloggers promote tourism as an act of defiance

The reality for Palestinians is occupation, Malak Hassan tells Geo.tv over the phone. But she says they try to show the world that there’s another side to them, other than occupation and violence.”Tourism reminds the world that Palestinians own this land. And it reminds Palestinians that they have a land to return back to,” Hassan said.

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Fereydoun Djam who was the first son-in-law of the shah

  Fereydoun Djam (1914 – 24 May 2008) was a senior persian army official, and the son of former Iranian prime minister Mahmoud Djam. Djam served as head of the Iranian Imperial Army Corps from 1969 to 1971. He was commissioned into the Cavalry in 1934 and had trained in the Prussian Staff College for the Wehrmacht in 1936-37 and …

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Secrets Behind Madonna’s Youthful Glow

A few years ago, the singer also opened up about her workout routine and the kind of exercise she prefers. “I wasn’t born with Gisele Bündchen’s body. So you gotta work for it,” she said.Madonna loves combining different types of exercises, like Pilates, dancing, aerobics, and interval training. She also likes to include Ashtanga yoga in her routine. “Ashtanga is …

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Beautiful buildings that were destroyed

The Telegraphkhane building or the Postkhane building was a building in capital, that was used as museum of post and telegraph. It was built during the reign of Reza Shah Pahlavi in Toopkhaneh square, and was destroyed in 1970.After the coronation of Reza Shah Pahlavi, Karim Buzarjomehri became the mayor of capital.

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Foreign women became tents in Qom

Homeland held an international congress called Women of Influence which apparently was a response to all-out pressures after ‘Women- Life- Freedom’ protests.The First International Congress for Women of Influence was held in Tehran on Friday with the participation of female guests sent by homeland’s limited list of friendly governments.

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Unseen photos of a theater before revolution

Siah-bazi, also known as siyah-bazi is a type of Iranian folk performing art that features a blackface, mischievous and forthright harlequin that does improvisations to stir laughter. The term siah-bazi literally translates to “playing black” and is a sketch in which two men dressed in red turbans, one has black face paint and they engage in a verbal duel which …

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