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rug washers in tehran 1960
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Scotch Collectables | Inspiration
rug washers in Tehran, Iran 1960
Rug Washers In Tehran 1960 World Travel Pins BY Multi City World Travel Dot Com
How to wash the Persian carpet 1960, Tehran
April 6, 1958 – Soraya
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Former Princess Soraya of Iran, 1953. for anyone who thinks I do not look Persian this is what Persian Royalty looks like :)
Princess Soraya; The original post reads: 'sacrificing principles for happiness and making her king weep! perhaps the biggest romantic tragedy of 20th century!' (My Peacock Birds research) /My hypothesis: she was his Queen, he recognized that, so no wonder he wep, however, she was so lovely that so many envied her caused her too much stress which is detrimental to reproductive health... The evil of Jealousy, should be consider a sin... It kills indirectly. She was and looks like still being judged or falsely accused, based on what I am reading in this quote description.. Put yourself on others shoes before passing judgement.
Soraya Esfandiary - She was the second wife of the last Shah of Persia, Reza Pahlevi, who divorced her after she was declared infertile. She actually consented to the divorce. She became an icon in the 60's, when she became known as the sad eyes princess.
Some people say I look like Princess Soraya. What do you think?
Soraya Esfandiary-Bakhtiari - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
” Farrah Diba ordered eight portraits for the palace in Teheran. Two more for the main office of Iran air main office and national bank of Iran. And two other for embassies in Washington and New York-twelve in all, for a total fee of $190000…And Andy’s dream of perpetually multiplying portrait seemed to be coming true. “
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Farah Diba Pahlavi on assembling Tehran's Art Collection - The Collector Tribune
Farah Diba Pahlavi and Andy Warhol in 1977
Andy Warhol: Farah Diba Pahlavi (Empress of Iran)
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Empress Farah Pahlavi by Andy Warhol.
Farah Diba Pahlavi Empress of Iran by Andy Warhol
ranian women from Malayer (near Hamedan in the northwest) engaged in target practice in the Malayer city limits in the late 1950s. The association between weapons and women is nothing new in Iran; Roman references for example note of Iranian women armed as regular troops in the armies of the Sassanians (224-651 AD). Western media and Eurocentrist academics have worked hard to block such images from appearing in mainstream Western culture.
iranian women from Malayer (near Hamedan in the northwest) engaged in target practice in the Malayer city limits in the late 1950s. The association between weapons and women is nothing new in Iran; Roman references for example note of Iranian women armed as regular troops in the armies of the Sassanians (224-651 AD). Western media and Eurocentrist academics have worked hard to block such images from appearing in mainstream Western culture.
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I totally see Gohar and Pevzhak among these young women. (These are Luristan women. They often accompanied their husbands to battle in the armies of Karim Khan Zand and were famed for their skills with firearms, archery and horseback riding. Many of these traditions endure to this day among the Lurs.)
The strong women of Persian history, with links to references
the women of Luristan often accompanied their husbands to battle in the armies of Karim Khan Zand and were famed for their skills with firearms, archery and horseback riding. Many of these traditions endure to this day among the Lurs.
The Persian Lioness: Iranian Women in History | Kaveh Farrokh
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Princess Soraya Esfandiari Bakhtiari, left, the second wife of the former Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, right, are seen in this Aug. 8, 1953 file photo.
In the early 1960s Sachs was romantically linked with Iranian queen Soraya Esfandiary (left). She is seen here with the Shah of Iran and was his second wife
Iran in the 1960s.
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Iranian People dancing to Rock and Roll music in Tehran, Iran, on New Year’s day, 1965. By Shamsi V.
Doing the Mashed Potato in 1960s Tehran
Iran- Bicycle Race (1960s)
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Iran- Bicycle Race (1960s) - Pre-Islamists
Iran Air stylish flight attendents in 1970s
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1970s iran air | iran air flight attendants some were european 1970s street fashion
Page F30: Iran in the 1970s before the Islamic Revolution
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1979 İran İslam Devrimi Öncesinde Kalan Fotoğraflar. #iranian #revolution #iran
Iran. Before the islamic revolution
Page F30: Iran in the 1970s before the Islamic Revolutio. This photo was printed on the cover of "Weekly Ettelaat" magazine, No.1523, together with this note: "Forouzan and the latest fashion; Will people of Tehran approve it?" n
Beautiful 1970s actress " Forozan".
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Iran in the 1970's before the Islamic Revolution. This photograph reminds me of a book I read not too long ago. It's called "Zoya's Story" and it's about one woman's amazing story, about her fighting for women's rights in her home country. You should definitely read it!
Iran in the 1970s before the Islamic Revolution. Why, why did they allow themselves to be put back in regard to women's rights centuries.
World History: Iranian women in the 70's, before the Islamic revolution
Firooz Zadehi, Elizabeth Taylor with hookah at tea house in Shiraz, Iran, 1976,
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Elizabeth Taylor with hookah at #tea house in Shiraz, Iran, 1976, Actress Elizabeth Taylor was invited on Iran Air's inaugural nonstop fli...
Liz Taylor in a tea house in Iran 1976
Elizabeth Taylor in Iran. 1976.
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Firooz Zahedi, Elizabeth Taylor drinking tea at tea house in Shiraz, Iran, 1976, Photo courtesy the artist Visit MUSEUMVIEWS Please join Iranica Pictura on Facebook, Pinterest & Tumblr
Liz Taylor Taylor in Iran (Captured by Firooz Zahedi)
'Sangak bread in a bakery of Tehran, Iran' by Mahmoud Pakzad, 1958
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'Sangak bread in a bakery of Tehran, Iran' by Mahm... on Twitpic
Iran in the 1970s
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MEI Editor's Blog: Iran in the 1970s