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Discussion in 'General Photos & Multimedia' started by Abi, Feb 13, 2010.
Shahzadeh Garden / Kerman province
why was j-girl banned??? hope it is a temporary ban.
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these are absolutely superb pictures, good job guys.
In English, the language is known as Persian. In Persian, its known as Farsi (can also be known as Parsi, but this isnt very common). Dari is just a variation of Persian that is spoken in Afghanistan. They're both the same language essentially, but with some noticeable dialectical differences.
Its Persian but sounds very un-Iranian. So perhaps thats why some Afghans consider it to sound more-like how they speak Persian/Dari.
I dont disagree with what you said except perhaps for the last sentence. Over the past 120 years or so Iran and Iranian society have been undergoing some very profound and radical changes that have largely been shaped by the political situations inside the country – situations which have obviously not influenced the development and society of Persians/Tajiks outside of Iran. So maybe at one time in history, people of say Mashhad were closer to people in Herat and Balkh than to people in Tabriz (Azerbaijan) or Sanandaj (Kordestan), but not any more. Its like saying that people from Baku and Tabriz are closer to eachother than Tabrizis and Tehranis, just because they speak the same mother-tongue. But that is not exactly true either.
Btw, you should include some pictures of Herat and other Tajik cities in this topic if you have any. I think they would fit here.
We probably have more in common with the Tajiks of Afghanistan then anyone else.
(پل خواجو‎, pol-e khaju)
The bridge was built in 1650 under the command of Shah Abbas II. on the ruins of an older bridge. It was finished in 1857. The bridge is 105m long and consists of 23 arches
Tehran - Sari Railway
Esfahan, Emam Mosque
Iran / Khorasan / Neyshabur / Qadamgah
Esfahan 40 Sotoon
This is an illustration of Nader shah's war on a wall of main hall of the "Chel Sotoun" (40 Pillars) palace in Isfahan.
Isfahan / Iran
"Armenians are our friendliest nation"
Indeed they are, what else?
have you been to tabriz?
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one can dream
The people that would be the first to fight Azerbaijan will be Iranian Azeris. Why would anyone in their right mind want to live in Azerbaijan? As i already told you before Zakali, the army stationed in Tabriz alone is enough to turn Azerbaijan into rubble.
I don't think any of them would fight for someone who declares Armenians as their brothers and friendliest nation.
it's always sad but kind of amusing to see the Azeri and Iranian nationalists fighting eachother on the net.
Kavga etme arkadaşlarım.