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When the spring equinox begins family members gather around the HaftSin Table (Sofreh-e Haft Sinn) to start the new year together. A few days before the New Year, a ceremonial table called 'cloth of seven dishes' is set (each item beginning with the Persian letter Sinn).
Time stops at Tehran’s Time Museum Time Museum is the first museum of clocks, watches and other time-measuring tools in Iran. Inaugurated in June 1999, the museum has considered the importance of time over the years by displaying the evolution of time-measuring tools from initial clocks to the modern mechanical ones. Situated in Zaferanieh neighborhood, the museum building is an old and two-storey structure that has a lifetime of 80 years. #iFilm
NAQSH-e RUSTAM by Ali Majdfar
Persia, the Ancient Iran; Naqsh-e Rustam: (äÞÔ ÑÓÊã ) is an archaeological site located about 3 km northwest of Persepolis. Naqsh-e Rustam, contains seven tombs which belongs to Achaemenian kings (550-330 BC). One of those is expressly declared in its inscriptions to be the tomb of Darius I. In addition to tombs, there are also seven gigantic rock carvings in Naqsh-e Rustam, below the tombs, belonging to the Sassanid kings (224-651 AD). | ©Ali Majdfar