Sofeh Mountain is Isfahanian's favorite mountain.
Muharram is the first month in the Islamic calendar and a time of mourning and peace. Each Iran cities has special custom during these days
For example, T’aziyah (kind of street theater) which is commemorating the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, grandson of Prophet Muhammad, Held these days
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let's cast our eyes over this attractive garden
Roses have been around for about 32 million years and it’s too true that “The rose speaks of love silently, in a language known only to the heart.” Roses are especially romantic, but if you ever give roses to someone, do you select the color based on that person’s favorite color, or yours? Or do you select roses based on the meaning and symbolism of the rose color? After hopping around on the web, it’s a bit confusing when you consider the diversity of meanings that rose colors can symbolize. Maybe if you can’t afford real roses, then you can send someone special this wide variety, a rainbow of colored virtual roses
On Sizdah Bedar, many big cities in Iran look empty and unpopulated and as almost all the inhabitants gone to enjoy the day in woods and mountains along stream and riversides”. At the end of their picnics people throw away the green sprouts, known as Sabzeh (from the traditional Haft Seen table that they prepared for the first day of New Year
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