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History of Iran (Persian Empire)

History of Iran (Persian Empire)

Persian Empire Hegel considers the Iranians to be the first historical nation and the Persian Empire to be the first empire in history. The history of Iran begins with the arrival of the Aryans, from whom Iran is also named, on the plateau of Iran. But this does not mean…

Persian Clothing (Modern & Traditional)

Persian Clothing (Modern & Traditional)

Persian Clothing The clothes of different ethnic groups in Iran are one of the most spectacular and attractive cultures that attract the eyes of every viewer. The different geographical and climatic conditions and different cultures of the tribes living in different parts of Iran have created different features in the…

Persian Immortals (Achaemenid Empire)

Persian Immortals (Achaemenid Empire)

Persian Immortals The Immortals and (recorded in Greek as Athánatoi) or Persian Immortals is the name given by Herodotus, the famous Greek historian, to the tens of thousands of infantry of the Achaemenid army. The Greeks called them immortal because, contrary to popular practice in the ancient world, this battalion…

Mahmoud Farshchian Paintings

Mahmoud Farshchian Paintings

Mahmoud Farshchian Mahmoud Farshchian, Iranian contemporary painter, has had a significant impact on the process of traditional Iranian painting and other traditional arts. Some of his works have been donated by Iranian Foreign Ministers (Kamal Kharazi and Mohammad Javad Zarif) as gifts to foreign ambassadors and ministers. His works have…

Omar Khayyam | ShopiPersia

Omar Khayyam

Omar Khayyam Neyshabouri Persian Mathematician Omar Khayyam Neyshabouri who is also called Khayyami, Khayyam Neyshabouri and Khayyami Al-Nisabouri, is an Iranian quatrain, philosopher, mathematician, astronomer and quatrain poet in the Seljuk period. Although Khayyam’s scientific status is superior to his literary status, his fame is due to the writing of…

Top Contemporary Iranian Poets

Top Contemporary Iranian Poets

Top Contemporary Iranian Poets Poetry means feeling, and the Greek word poem means using a set of structures to express emotion. Man, who from the beginning of history has sought to express his feelings, has ridden on the compound of the word and has rushed the realm of feelings with…

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