History

Queen Elizabeth visited homeland

In 1961, England’s Queen Elizabeth II paid a state visit to homeland where she and Prince Philip were hosted by Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi at Isfahan, capital and Persepolis. Elizabeth returned for another visit in 1975. He was the second and last monarch of the House of Pahlavi of the persian monarchy.

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Lily Amir-Arjomand ,founder and managing director in kanoon

Lily Amir-Arjomand (born 1939) has been instrumental in creating many libraries and cultural development centers for children in capital including the Institute for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults in 1965, where she was Managing Director. By that time, she had taken over the leadership of the Organization for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults. In 1971, …

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Nowruz ceremony in the Naser al-Din Shah court

Nowruz was the holiday of Arsacid dynastic empires who ruled homeland and the other areas ruled by the Arsacid dynasties outside of Parthia . There are specific references to the celebration of Nowruz during the reign of Vologases , but these include no details.

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Farzaneh taeidi passed away

Farzaneh Taidi (1945 – March 25, 2020) was a theater and film actress. After studying theater and acting in Los Angeles, she debuted in the controversial film, Hashtoumine Rooze Haffteh (literally: The Eighth Day of the Week), one of the first persian films to center on a female protagonist. For her role in this film she won a Seppas award …

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The first street carnival in homeland

The D’Arcy Concession was a petroleum oil concession that was signed in 1901 between William Knox D’Arcy and Mozzafar al-Din, Shah of Persia. The oil concession gave D’Arcy the exclusive rights to prospect for oil in Persia . During this exploration for oil, D’Arcy and his team encountered financial troubles and struggled to find sellable amounts of oil.

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political figures who died in 1398

Noor Ali Tabandeh (1927 – 2019) also known by the title Majzoub Ali Shah, was the spiritual leader or Qutb of the Ni’matullahi (Sultan Ali Shahi) Gonabadi Order in homeland, which is the largest Sufi order in homeland.

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Girl princess of homeland and the world

The International Teen Princess was a contest that began in 1966 in Chicago, Illinois, where it was held for four years. In 1970 its name was changed to World Teen Princess and held three times in European locations. In 1973 it was changed to two contest; one Teen Princess that was continued for two times and apparently was discontinued after …

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Reza Shah ‘s 100th birthday anniversary

Like his son after him, his life in exile was short. After Great Britain and the Soviet Union invaded and occupied homeland on 25 August 1941, the British offered to keep his family in power if Reza Shah agreed to a life of exile.

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Abdolreza Qotbi, the head of national television of homeland

Reza Ghotbi was born 1940 and was a engineer who headed National persian Radio and Television during Pahlavi dynasty. He currently lives in the United States. During the time he attended Alborz High School, he developed ties to the Pan-persianist Party.

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excisions of zane rooz magazine

Zan-e Rooz was a women’s weekly Persian-language magazine published in capital. The magazine was first published in 1964. Before Islamic revolution Kayhan (Publishing company) was the editorial and publisher. After the Revolution, as women’s political activity alongside men increased, publications focusing on women’s issues sprang up to answer the increased demand.

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