19thC, PERSIAN QADDAREH or QUADDARA, INFANTRY SWORD. IRAN
Persian sword. There are a lot of debates regarding the exact name of this type of sword. The Persian call it "qama", in the Caucasus and Central Asia it is known as "quadra". The same names also applies to other similar but not exactly the same weapon. It looks like a long massive single edge kindjal. It's origin is most probably Persian. It comes in various sizes, up to 30 inches, and in a variety of quality and materials.
A mythical tree, a vak-vak (or talking) tree. The limbs of this type of tree terminate in the heads of different animals as well as humans. The heads purportedly talked. The image above (from a Persian miniature) illustrates the legend that such a tree informed Alexander the Great of his early death. (namopanik)
Himalayans are cross breed of Siamese and is relatively new in other Persian cats.They were produced in the middle of 20th Century.For a long time they were considered as the separate breed specially in America but later they were included in Persian Cats officially by CFA.