Persian Empire & Nowruz
Nowruz, according to the Persian mythology, is believed to date back to about ten thousand BCE, when Shah Jamshid the Pisdadian king celebrated the first spring after the end of the last ice age. It goes back to the great Persian Empire. Originally being a Zoroastrian festival, and the holiest of them all, Nowruz is one of the only scientifically precise New Year celebrated by over 300 million people worldwide on March 21.
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Noel_Byrne (28166) 2014-03-21 12:45
This looks like a beautiful place with a very ancient history. You chose a really nice new here, as we can see so much detail of these amazing carvings. Judging by the crowds, it looks like a popular place too.
imageme (1790) 2014-03-21 14:43
Hi Mehrdad, Fantastic view of this place. Your perfect POV let us see much of the details of these huge structures. This place must be very popular for tourists as I can see so many visitors enjoying themselves over those carvings. Best regards
MGHPARSI (819) 2014-03-23 9:38
Picture is very Great,Colors ,lights and angle of Shot.
Happy New Year,