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Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
Kermanshah The old bazaar
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Kermanshah The old bazaar

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One of the noticeable and important buildings of Kermanshah is its large and ancient market (bazaar), and its primary structure is related to the Qajar period. This bazaar is adorned in a splendor …

One of the noticeable and important buildings of Kermanshah is its large and ancient market (bazaar), and its primary structure is related to the Qajar period. This bazaar is adorned in a splendor style. The goods available here are: local colored apparel, handicrafts like: giveh (a local foot-ware), shoes, carpet, Kilim, wooden kitchenware, leather and felt and hand-woven articles.
Nazeri is one of the great masters of classical song, who also likes to perform folk songs of Kurdistan or weave elements of Kurdistani music into classical Persian compositions.
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  • 1. Kermanshah The Old Bazaar
  • 2. One of the noticeable and important buildings of Kermanshah is its large and ancient market (bazaar), and its primary structure is related to the Qajar period. This bazaar is adorned in a splendor style. Among the most significant handicrafts produced in the province are carpets, Kelims (kind of rough carpet), baskets, pottery, knives, musical instruments and Jajim (hand-woven cloth used as bedspread or floor cover) and Sajjadeh (prayer rug)
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  • 4. Iranian bazaars are fantastic, proper working places, the large ones are cities within cities.
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  • 7. Iran Queen Farah Pahlavi is the first queen who were crowned for 25 centuries. Until that date, the wives of Persian monarchs had never been crowned, so it was therefore necessary to design a new crown for the occasion. That honor was bestowed upon the French jewelers, Van Cleef & Arpels
  • 8. In accordance with tradition, the gems used were selected from loose stones already in the Imperial treasury. Since it was against the law for items from the Imperial Treasury to leave Iran, Van Cleef & Arpels were obliged to send a team of jewelers to Tehran in order to construct the crown, a process which occupied them for six months
  • 9. King Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and Queen Farah Pahlavi (Diba) of Iran (Persia) Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, proof gold and enamel imitative 8 rials postage stamp for the coronation, SH.1347 (1967), the Shah crowned and robed, against Light brown background, ‘perforated’ edge. The Empress Farah Diba crowned and robed, against light brown background, green enamel for emeralds in design and red within floreate border, ‘perforated’ edge. Iran Gold set of three 2R, 10R, 14R Postage Stamps, SH. 1346 (1967) Set of three gold stamps each weighs around 25.00 grams, total of 75.6 grams, 35.5x43.5 mm Gold stamps 900 fine gold.
  • 10. proof gold and enamel imitative 10 rials postage stamp for the coronation, SH.1347 (1967), the Shah and Empress crowned and robed, stand with Crown Prince Reza, against light brown background, red within floreate border, ‘perforated’ edge Reverse: plain reverse with the maker's name and 900 fine stamped. proof gold and enamel imitative 10 rials postage stamp for the coronation, SH.1347 (1967), the Shah and Empress crowned and robed, stand with Crown Prince Reza, against light brown background, red within floreate border, ‘perforated’ edge Reverse: plain reverse with the maker's name and 900 fine stamped. proof gold and enamel imitative 10 rials postage stamp for the coronation, SH.1347 (1967), the Shah and Empress crowned and robed, stand with Crown Prince Reza, against light brown background, red within floreate border, ‘perforated’ edge Reverse: plain reverse with the maker's name and 900 fine stamped.
  • 11. King Mohammad Reza Pahlavi proof gold and enamel imitative 8 rials postage stamp for the coronation, SH.1347 [1967], the Shah crowned and robed, against Light brown background, ‘perforated’ edge.
  • 12. Mohammad Rezā Shāh Pahlavi, Shah of Iran, Shah of Persia (1919 – 1980), ruled Iran from 16 September 1941 until his overthrow by the Iranian Revolution on 11 February 1979. He was the second And last monarch of the House of Pahlavi of the Iranian monarchy. Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi held several titles: His Imperial Majesty, Shahanshah (King of Kings, Emperor), Aryamehr (Light of the Aryans) and Bozorg Arteshtārān (Head of the Warriors
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  • 20. Iran is a vast country containing many different ethnicities and languages. As the result the traditional dresses tend to vary by region, territory and sometimes even individual village.
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  • 22. Traditional Kurdish clothes - very pretty in a multitude of colours. You don't see people in Kermanshah wearing such clothes much (apart from men with the traditional "baggy" pants) but for weddings and other celebrations people do wear them.
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  • 25. givehs (canvas covered shoes like the Spanish alpargata in appearance) have long been carried on in the town
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  • 31. Traditional Kelim
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  • 34. Sound : Shahram Nazeri – Chavoshi; Kurdish song Iran Text : Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Nicoleta Leu Internet (stampes) Arangement : Sanda Foişoreanu

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