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Monday, 15 March 2021 08:41

بقایای باروهای تخت جمشید

Once the jewel of a kingdom, now a glorified history

Persepolis or Takhte-Jamshid is the historical city of Achamenid dynasty once ruling over half of earth.

Remnants of stone pillars in Persepolis

Built in 518 BC in Persia

Takhte Jamshid : persepolis

بقایای باروهای تخت جمشید رها شده در معرض باد و باران

روزی این منطقه جواهر نیمی از کره زمین بوده است و اکنون بخشی از تاریخ با افتخار ایران زمین.

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منطقه شیراز مزارع انگور بسیاری دارد و منطقه بوآنات منچ نیز جزء این مناطق است.  نام شیراز را در دنیا برای شراب آن میشناسند و هم اکنون شراب شیراز یک نوع شراب محسوب میشود. البته در زمان فعلی این کار در ایران غیر قانونیست و شراب تولید نمیشود.

Grape vine orchards of Shiraz.

As you might know the name of Shiraz as a known wine category. Shiraz used to be the birthplace of this type of wine as being a birthplace for IPA by the great iranian chemist Razi. now though, producing wine in Iran is illegal and is no longer done.


Published in photostream

Shiraz-the “City of Roses and Nightingales”Shiraz epitomizes the spirit of Iran. It is the “House of Poets” and home to numerous serendipitous gardens. Two of Persia’s most famous sons, 13th and 14th c. poets Sa’adi and Hafez, are buried in delightful gardens in the city and are visited by numerous admirers who pay homage to their wisdom and literary genius. Excellent houses and mosques from past centuries along with the 18th century main and nomadic bazaars, add to the charm of the city. 

Published in Historical sites
Thursday, 11 April 2013 14:16


Persepolis (Old Persian: 'Parseh', New Persian: تخت جمشید/پارسه, 'Takht-e Jamshid') was an ancient ceremonial capital of the Persian Empire. The largest and most complex building in Persepolis was the audience hall, or Apadana with 72 columns. Persepolis is situated some 70 km northeast of the modern city of Shiraz in the Fars Province of Iran (Persia). In contemporary Persian language the site is known as Takht-e Jamshid (Throne of Jamshid) and Parseh. To the ancient Persians, the city was known as Parsa, meaning The City of Persians, Persepolis being the Greek interpretation of the name Περσες (meaning Persian)+ πόλις (meaning city).

Published in Preislamic