Persian History

Persian history dates back to the development of ancient Mesopotamia, the land demarcated by the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. The Achaemenid Persian empire was the largest that the ancient world had seen..

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Persian Gulf

The Persian Gulf is one of the most critical bodies of water, is positioned in the heart of the Middle East. Located in southwestern Asia, it separates the Arabian Peninsula from Iran (formerly called Persia).

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Persian Fruits and Nuts

Persian Dried fruit is a fruit which the majority of the original water content has been, removed either naturally, through sun drying, or through the use of specialized dryers (heated wind tunnel dryers) or...

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Persian Food

“Persian Food” & (The Art of Cooking) in Persian Culture Persian cuisine consists of modern and traditional cooking methods. Rice & Bread are the main part of every Persian meal which is consumed with meat and vegetable dishes along with yogurt. Iranians have a variety of different breads (Naan) which are thinner compared to other...

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Persian People

This choice between “Iranian” and “Persian” continued for a long time. The main reason was that all western languages had affirmed the term Persia (from the Greeks) and were using it as the main name for Iran.

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Persian Empire

The Persian Empire consisted of a group of imperial dynasties that each took turns ruling Persia. Cyrus the great began this chain and started the first dynasty.

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Persian Doctors

The label “physician” applies to professionals in the field of intestinal medications, or any other of its alternate features. Doctors work in many areas, including medicine and surgery.

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Persian Dating

The word “dating” hasn’t always been used to describe a romantic relationship. The dating and relationship of males and females in Iran is a new concept because the religious and cultural background

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Persian Dates

There are hundreds of kinds of dates in Iran. Date palms are common in warm zones of Iran. The estimated date for this cultivation is believed to be around 7,000 years ago in modern-day Iran.

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Persian Dance

Dance (Raghs) has been a big part of Persian culture and identity for many years. Dancing had a significant role in religious rituals specifically in the faith of Zoroastrianism. At the time of Persian Empire and during Achaemenids, Parthians and Sassanids dynasties, dancing was a well-developed and respected art form.

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Persian Culture

The major language in Iran, former Persia, is Farsi. It is a branch of the Indo-Iranian languages which is a group of the Indo- European languages. Persian language became the major literary instrument for many poems and religious works. Prior to the foundation of Islam in Iran, Persians are noted for the development of one of the oldest monotheistic religions, Zoroastrianism.

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Persian Cucumber

There are different types of cucumber such as Persian, Lemon, Kirby, Japanese, English and Armenian. Nowadays Persian cucumbers are being cultivated all over the world. Persian cucumbers’ shape is cylindrical and squat and its skin is thin and easy to chew.

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Persian Caviar

Caviar is the name of the fish eggs from a certain type of fish called the sturgeon Caviar is a very valuable substance, and the costliest one is the Iranian Caviar, which has the best quality and taste.

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Persian Cats

Persian cats are famous for their appearance which is quite unique. Persians cats are believed to be the oldest breed of cats. They are famous for their placid and quiet temperaments and because of that they get along quite easy with kids.

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Persian Carpets

The Persian carpet is considered to be the finest in its own category and thus is one of the highest levels of art that was ever achieved by mankind to this day. Iran is the world's biggest handmade carpet and rug producer and exporter by producing more than 75 percent of the world's total output

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Persian Architecture

The architecture in Achaemenid period between 550 BC and 330 BC was influenced by the Greeks, the Egyptians, and those from other provinces of the Persian Empire.

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Persian Accents

Many foreigners believe that Tehrani accent is the main and most used one in Iran, but that is far from right. The official language of Iran is only one: Persian. Since Iran is filled with a massive number of different ethnicities, you can’t stick to one fixed style.

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Renaming-Persia

The name Persia is actually a Latin derivation used mainly by Westerners to describe the region roughly equivalent to that of present day Iran. During the reign of the Sassanids it became Eran – meaning “land of the Aryans“. In 1935 Reza Shah Pahlavi asked foreign delegates to use the term Iran instead of Persia.

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