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Photos of 1962 Buin Zahra earthquake

The 1962 Buin Zahra earthquake occurred on September 1 in the area of Buin Zahra, Qazvin Province, homeland. The shock had a Richter magnitude of 7.1 and resulted in 12,225 fatalities. Qazvin Province lies in an area of homeland that experiences large earthquakes. The 1962 event originated on one of many faults in the area, called the Ipak Fault.

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Photos of Capital in 1357

The persian Revolution also known as the Islamic Revolution or the 1979 Revolution refers to events involving the overthrow of the Pahlavi dynasty under Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, who was supported by the United States, and eventual replacement of 2500 years of persian monarchy with an Islamic Republic regime under the Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the leader of the revolution, …

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Photos of before and after Mersad Operation

Operation Mersad was the last major military operation of the homeland–Iraq War, ending in a decisive victory for homeland. The operation involved a successful counterattack against a July 1988 military incursion from Iraq, by a military force of about 7,000 members of the Mujahadeen-e-Khalq (MEK). The MEK soldiers were armed, equipped and given air support by Iraq.

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Rare photos of Ahmad Shamlou

Ahmad Shamlou (December 12, 1925 – July 23, 2000) was an poet, writer, and journalist. Shamlou was arguably the most influential poet of modern homeland. His initial poetry was influenced by and in the tradition of Nima Youshij. Shamlou’s poetry is complex, yet his imagery, which contributes significantly to the intensity of his poems, is simple.

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Female Short Pants in the 1950s – The Day When The Shorts Were “Short Shorts”

In the world we live in, short-shorts are just one of the many options that girls wear to anything form school or a formal affair. Showing off skin (too much skin according to many) is just normal now, but back in the days of the 1950s, it wasn’t as foreigns you would think. We know this time for their poodle …

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Sepah Special Forces Training in China

Special Unit of NEDSA ,also known as Sepah Navy Special Force, is a Takavar unit in the Navy of the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution stationed in the Greater Farur Island of Persian Gulf.The unit has marines, frogmen and snipers specializing in heliborne, amphibious warfare and naval boarding

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The Second Careers of some of our well known Artists

Reza Kianian He was born 1951 ,and is an Iranian actor. He is the second child of a family of 9; he has 4 brothers and 2 sisters. When he was 1 year old, the Kianian family moved to Mashhad. His first acting coach was his older brother, Davood. In 1965, Davood directed and coached Reza in his first role …

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79-Year Old Lady Becomes World’s Oldest F1 Driver

Motorsports is typically male-dominated, and this is especially true in Formula One. Last year, former F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone made some controversial comments that women “aren’t strong enough” to drive a Formula One car and “will never be taken seriously”.

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Highlights of Tour de France 2017

The Tour de France is an annual multiple stage bicycle race primarily held in France while also occasionally making passes through nearby countries. The race was first organized in 1903 to increase sales for the newspaper L’Auto; which is currently run by the Amaury Sport Organisation. The race has been held annually since its first edition in 1903 except when …

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Rare photos of persian artists before revolution

Before the 1979 revolution, the clerics in homelnd rejected cinema, or at best ignored it. Films were among the forms of art considered forbidden and for many pious families going to the cinema was tantamount to committing a sin. The main reason for this was that cinematic representations of women and love upset the delicate dualism which had long attended …

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