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Glories of Persia Culture - impression of Iran in 29 Days - Part 2

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: Allan,

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: Mehrad Kajooeyan, Arg-e -Jadid Travel Cop.


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TAIPEI -> DUBAI

( Smithsonian
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23:45/05:10 +1 7569 km

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Original Khayam Resturant

TEHRAN
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(238)1779 QajarAgha Muhammad
1926Pahlavi Dynasty

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KIA, Lexus BMW

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Archeological Museum ( )

The National Museum of Iran (Tehran, Iran).

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Achaemenid

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Achaemenid12 water Lilly

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AchaemenidDarius I ( King Xerxes the Great , Khashayar )


King Xerxes the Great , Khashayar, 486~65 BC (Artaxerxes I )

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Achaemenid( Elamite, Babylonian, Egyptian )

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Achaemenid ( )

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Achaemenid MediaAsad-Abad, HamedanThe Stele of Sargon II,716 BC

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King Xerxes the GreatSusaHapi


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Achaemenid Lapis Lazuli

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Bitumen

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Hamzelloo1700""

NATIONAL JEWELS MUSEUM


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Light

The Pahlavi Imperial Crown

182Darya-e-Noor Diamond

The Kiani Crown

When Mahmud Afghan invaded Iran in 1722, he plundered the treasury and sent its contents to India. On ascending the throne in 1736, Nader Shah
Afshar despatched courtiers to ask for the return of the jewels. When their powers of persuasion proved unequal to the task, he sent an army to prove
that he was serious. To get the soldiers off his back, Mohammed Shah of India was forced to hand over the Darya-ye Nur (Sea of light )and Kuh-e
Nur diamonds, a Peacock Throne (though not the one youll see here) and assorted other treasures. After Nader Shahs murder in 1747, Ahmed Beg
plundered the treasury and dispersed the jewels. The Kuh-e Nur, the worlds largest cut diamond, found its way into the sticky fingers of the colonial
British and has been locked up in the Tower of London since. The Qajar and Pahlavi rulers enthusiastically added to the jewels collection, which grew
to be so valuable that in the 1930s it was transferred to the National Bank of Iran (now the Central Bank of Iran) as a reserve for the national currency.

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Iranian Crown Jewels Emerald Necklace

Farah Diba Iran

Glass and Ceramics Museum of Iran

Coronation Necklace - Iran

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191951 Ahmad Qavam (Qavam-ol-Saltaneh)


1998 4000

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