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Persian national colors

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The flag of Pahlavi-ruled Iran (1925-1979) had since 1964 a fixed tricolor design of green - white - red bands with a yellow šir-o xoršid (شیر و خورشید) lion and sun motif incorporated on the white band in the center. This motif would be replaced by the word الله (Allāh) in red after 1979. Persian Pattern, Persian Motifs, Persian Tattoo, Iran Pictures, Persian Princess, Pahlavi Dynasty, Persian Beauties, The Shah Of Iran, Lion Wallpaper

The flag of Pahlavi-ruled Iran

The flag of Pahlavi-ruled Iran (1925-1979) had since 1964 a fixed tricolor design of green - white - red bands with a yellow šir-o xoršid (شیر و خورشید) lion and sun motif incorporated on the white band in the center. This motif would be replaced by the word الله (Allāh) in red after 1979.

The national flag of the Islamic Republic of Iran as adopted since 1980. National Flag, Iran, Persian, Islamic, Vogue, Colors, Persian People, Persian Cats, Colour

The national flag of the Islamic Republic of Iran

The national flag of the Islamic Republic of Iran as adopted since 1980.

A 1909 postcard with the Qajar national flag. The flag isn't a tricolor but holds all colors established in article 5 of the Supplementary Fundamental Laws of October 7 1907. A yellow lion-and-sun on a white background, flanked by red and green. National Flag, All The Colors, Wines, Persian, Baseball Cards, History, October 7, Ali, Yellow

A 1909 postcard with the Qajar national flag

A 1909 postcard with the Qajar national flag. The flag isn't a tricolor but holds all colors established in article 5 of the Supplementary Fundamental Laws of October 7 1907. A yellow lion-and-sun on a white background, flanked by red and green.

The national flag of Tajikistan as adopted in 1992. National Flag, Persian, Adoption, Colors, Home Decor, Foster Care Adoption, Decoration Home, Room Decor, Persian People

The national flag of Tajikistan

The national flag of Tajikistan as adopted in 1992.

The flag of the (Iraqi) Kurdistan Region as adopted since 1992. Persian, Scenery, Outdoor Decor, Recipes, Cook, Songs, Hair, Beauty, Dresses

The flag of the (Iraqi) Kurdistan Region

The flag of the (Iraqi) Kurdistan Region as adopted since 1992.

The flag used by the Xoybûn rebels during the Ararat rebellion (1927-1930) against Turkey is the father of the modern-day Kurdistan flag. Led by Îhsan Nûrî Paşa, the Xoybûn and their Republic of Ararat were eventually defeated by the superior numbers of the Turkish military. Turkish Military, Rebel, Persian, Flag, Kurdistan, Numbers, Father, Turkey, Colors

The flag used by the Xoybûn rebels during the Ararat rebellion

The flag used by the Xoybûn rebels during the Ararat rebellion (1927-1930) against Turkey is the father of the modern-day Kurdistan flag. Led by Îhsan Nûrî Paşa, the Xoybûn and their Republic of Ararat were eventually defeated by the superior numbers of the Turkish military.

The flag of the Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic was a nod to the republic's Persian-influenced culture and contained red, green, white and a yellow hammer with sickle. This flag was introduced in 1953, and served as it's flag till 1991 following Tajikistan's independence. Soviet Union, The Republic, Stamp Collecting, 50th Anniversary, Persian, Flag, Red Green, Yellow, Russia

The flag of the Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic

The flag of the Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic was a nod to the republic's Persian-influenced culture and contained red, green, white and a yellow hammer with sickle. This flag was introduced in 1953, and served as it's flag till 1991 following Tajikistan's independence.

The Republic of Mahabad (Komara Mahabadê) was a short-lived Kurdish state in Iran for the duration of the year 1946. The state arose as a result of USSR-incitement and investment in Kurdish nationalism, but was re-annexed by Iran after the USSR withdrawal from the region. The Republic, Persian, History, Iran, Painting, Colors, Historia, Persian People, Painting Art

Rep. of Mahabad - Persian National Colors - 1946

The Republic of Mahabad (Komara Mahabadê) was a short-lived Kurdish state in Iran for the duration of the year 1946. The state arose as a result of USSR-incitement and investment in Kurdish nationalism, but was re-annexed by Iran after the USSR withdrawal from the region.

The same color code as the Kingdom of Kurdistan is used today by Salahaddin El-Kurdi Hareketi, a Sunni rebel group of mainly Kurdish fighters formed in 2015 that takes part in the Syrian Civil War. The group mostly operates in northwestern Syria and has a Rubʿ ḥizb as its emblem. Syrian Civil War, Kurdistan, Rebel, Persian, Coding, Group, Colors, Persian People, Persian Cats

Salahaddin El-Kurdi Hareketi

The same color code as the Kingdom of Kurdistan is used today by Salahaddin El-Kurdi Hareketi, a Sunni rebel group of mainly Kurdish fighters formed in 2015 that takes part in the Syrian Civil War. The group mostly operates in northwestern Syria and has a Rubʿ ḥizb as its emblem.

The Kingdom of Kurdistan (1922-1924) was a short-lived state proclaimed in the city of al-Sulaymāniyya following the collapse of the Ottoman Empire. The state is associated mainly with shaykh Mehmûdê Berzencî, who revolted against the British after the Treaty of Sèvres (1920). The colors of the flag are a white crescent inside a red orb on a green background. Due to the Islamic background of the state, the pre-Islamic color yellow has been omitted (like the Islamic Republic of Iran's flag… Kurdistan, Ottoman Empire, Green Backgrounds, Color Yellow, Persian, Islamic, British, Flag, History

The Kingdom of Kurdistan

The Kingdom of Kurdistan (1922-1924) was a short-lived state proclaimed in the city of al-Sulaymāniyya following the collapse of the Ottoman Empire. The state is associated mainly with shaykh Mehmûdê Berzencî, who revolted against the British after the Treaty of Sèvres (1920). The colors of the flag are a white crescent inside a red orb on a green background. Due to the Islamic background of the state, the pre-Islamic color yellow has been omitted (like the Islamic Republic of Iran's flag…

Qajar flag depicted on one of the trading cards manufactured by the American Tobacco Company circa 1910. Trading Cards, Persian, Flag, History, American, Colors, Historia, Collector Cards, Persian People

Qajar Iran flag

Qajar flag depicted on one of the trading cards manufactured by the American Tobacco Company circa 1910.