The One About Iran
A satirical view of Iran's nuclear ambitions, human rights record and attitudes to terrorism, from No Laughing Matter. The One About Iran video, humor, politics, Iran, satirical A satirical view of Iran's nuclear ambitions, human rights record and attitudes to terrorism, from No Laughing Matter.
The Ceilings Of Iran's Mosques Are Simply Mesmerizing...
The Middle East is renowned for being home to mesmerizing kaleidoscopic beauty, and this is no less true in Iran.
These Remarkable Ceilings Are a Different Kind of Art!
The unique designs are so complex and beautiful it makes you wanna visit each and every one of them. 1) Fatima Masumeh Shrine, Qom, Iran source 2) Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque, Shiraz, Iran source 3) Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque, Shiraz, Iran source 4) Sheikh Lutf Allah Mosque, Isfahan, Iran source 5) Nasir Al-Mulk
How to Capture the Beauty of These Religious Buildings...
Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji is a 23 years old Photographer and Physics student from Northern Iran. He has been travelling throughout Iran, taking pictures of mosques, but in a very unique way.
This Ordinary Looking Mosque Has Some Dazzling Secrets
Known as the ‘King of Light’ Mosque, this incredible temple found in the Shiraz region of Iran may look unremarkable from the outside, but once you step inside, you can see the most dazzling array of lights imaginable.
These Pictures Of the Middle East Took Me By Surprise...
Bahareya Oasis, Egypt Source The Nile, Egypt Source The highest place in the Middle East - Mount Damavand, Iran Source Siah Bishe, Iran Source Kurdistan Border, Iraq Source The Dead Sea, Israel Source The Galillee, Israel Source The Red Sea, Aqaba, Jordan Source Petra, Jordan Source Babylos, Lebanon
Did You Know these 10 Facts about Alexander the Great?
The young king of Macedonia died at the early age of 32, but legends of the ambitious man who wanted to rule the world persist to this day. 10 Interesting Facts about Alexander the Great video, history, war, Heterochromia, general, Greece, India, Iran, empire, great, Alexander of Macedon His father
6 Striking Lesser-Known Ancient Ruins From Famous Places
Persepolis, Iran Before its collapse in 330 BCE, Persepolis was the capital of the Persian Achaemenid Empire. The city was founded by King Darius I in 518 BCE and grew in splendor in the years to follow. A gigantic terrace of 125,000 square feet is one of its most striking features.
Witness Persia's Oriental Genius at 'The Pink Mosque'
The Nasir Al-Molk Mosque was built in 1876 in Shiraz, Iran. The specialized stained glass windows were built to capture the morning light and create a glorious and colorful display of light on the building's floor, earning it the name "Pink Mosque".
33 Vibrant Portraits That Prove Beauty Is Everywhere
Bogota, Colombia San Francisco, USA Yangon, Myanmar Colombia Tibetian Plateau Havana, Cuba Peru Ecuador El Paico, Chile Mawlamyine, Myanmar Medellin, Colombia Oxford, UK [related_articles] Lima, Peru New York City, USA Havana, Cuba Maramures, Romania Kichwa woman, Amazon Rainforest Iran Tibetian Plateau
The Winners of the 2019 Nikon Photography Contest REVEALED
Bronze Prize - Mountains hope for a better future by Milad Safabakhsh Image Source: Milad Safabakhsh / Nikon This photo is a part of a series on the topic of women in Iran. 9.
These 11 Things Could Get You in a Lot of Trouble Abroad!
Iran and Saudi Arabia demand that women fully cover their arms and legs, and wear a headscarf. In Iran, if you don’t follow this dress code, you’ll just be asked to cover up. However, in Saudi Arabia, you may end up in prison. 3.
I'm Ready to Move Into One of These Villages Today.
Popeye Village, Malta Village on the bank of the Niger River, Mali Hidden mountain village in southern China Mist over countryside, England Hobbiton Green Dragon Pub, New Zealand Riomaggiore, Italy Mountain Village in Iran Beautiful African Village Hallstatt, Austria's Most Beautiful Lake Town Gásadalur
QUIZ: Can You Say Hello in 10 Languages?
Iran Saudi Arabia Iraq Yemen In which country would they say "Konnichiwa!"? China Japan Vietnam Korea In which country would they say "Annyonghaseyo!"? Thailand Korea Japan India In which language would they say "Szia!"? Hungarian Romanian Dutch German In which country would they say "Marhaba!"?
What a Change Winter Brings!
Alpbach, Austria Wengen, Switzerland Notre Dame de Blkomb, France Sradva Waterfall, Iran Pinsk, belarus Springfield, USA George-Étienne Cartier Monument Arnhem, The Netherlands [related_articles] Birken Forest, Germany Rontlon, France Longwood, USA Hlstat, Austria Shirakawa - Gu, Japan What a Change
A Poet's Deep Writing Still Resonates Centuries Later...
In Iran, his writing is regarded as esteemed Persian literature. His words about love, faith and hypocrisy are quoted in daily life and have even been set to music. His wise verses are highly inspirational and are still relevant today.
Going Up or Down, These Stairs are Just as Gorgeous
Auckland, New Zealand [related_articles] Tehran, Iran Poznan, Poland Source Sicily, Italy Source Heidelberg, Germany Seoul, South Korea All images: blogspot.com / m odernism.ro Click Here for More Amazing Street Art Photography When the Stairs Become Art art, paintings, stairs, street, special Whether
This Unbelievable Map Lets You Travel Like Marco Polo
Passing through Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, China, Mongolia, Myanmar, India and many other nations, you too will see wonders, fascinating people and fabulous architecture, hear poetry, and even learn about how Polo’s stories came down to us. Enjoy this adventure of a lifetime!
16 Pieces of Mirrored Art That’ll Reflect Your World
England “Vestige” – by Rob Mullholland Mirrored Ziggurat – by Shirin Abedinirad “Unwoven Light” – by Soo Sunny Park Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku Entrance – by Hiroshi Nakamura Broken Mirror/Evening Sky – by Bing Wright “Door to Eternity” – by Lee Bul [related_articles] Mosque of Mirrors – Shiraz, Iran
Step Inside Some of the World's Most Stunning Mosques
Masjed-e Jameh, Isfahan, Iran If this were located in almost anywhere else in the world, Masjed-e Jameh would be teeming with tourists. Nevertheless, for those that do make it to Iran, they are able to enjoy roaming the grounds of this authentically foreign-free mosque.
The Man Who Built a Mountain on His Roof
Submitted by user: Iran O. The Man Who Built a Mountain on His Roof mountain, architecture, building, China, Villa Zhang Lin is a university professor who has earned the dubious title recently of: "Beijing's most outrageous illegal structure".
Test Yourself: How Do These Countries Rank?
It might be surprising to learn that Iran is considered a more peaceful country than Israel with Iran ranking in at 129 and Israel ranking in at 144. North Korea came in at 150, and Syria, the least peaceful place in the world came in last place (as of 2017).
Winners From the Sony World Photography Awards 2019
Portraiture: 'Culture' By Hasan Torabi, Iran 12. Culture: 'Drawing The Happiness ' By Ming Kai Chan, Hong Kong Sar 13. Motion: 'National Police Day' By Piotr Cyganik, Poland 14.
What Major Cities Looked Like 100 Years Ago...
Tehran, Iran — circa 1910 Content and image source 22 of the World's Major Cities About 100 Years Ago photography, nostalgia, baba recommends, cities, 20th century, amazing photographs, 19th century, vintage photographs Did you ever consider how much the world's major cities have changed over the past