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Fin Garden; An Evocation of Heaven 

Wondering What Might be a PERSIAN GARDEN?! One of the features of astonishing four-season Iran is its magnificent gardens. Truth be told, the garden may not be a suitable term for them. There are more of a piece of heaven -or as they put it “Eden”- on earth. Garden in Persian architecture is a huge […]

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Kashan Bazaar; Walk Through A Mysterious Corridor

Looking for a place to immerse in the heart of the local’s people lifestyle? Wondering how they may spend a day? Try Persian Ancient Markets known as Bazaar. There are too many historical, local, and authentic things awaiting you in Persian Bazaars. Specific architectural features observed in building Persian bazaars, they consist of various parts […]

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Avicenna, a Global Figure

His power of focus was excellent; when Avicenna was going to fight against enemies riding his horse, he dictated some of his works to a person who wrote down his words. He enjoyed a great skill in different scientific fields of his period including philosophy, medicine, Islamic sciences, literature, and so on. We can observe […]

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Kharanaq Village in Yazd

Take your map, GPS, hat, sunscreen, glasses, snacks, and huge amounts of water! We are going to Kharanaq village in Yazd, where people are as warm as the climate. Therefore, fill your backpack as much as possible with love and warmness. In Yazd, you truly realize how astonishing the art of life can be. People […]

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Mulla Sadra, the Founder of Transcendent Wisdom

Sadr Al-Din Muhammad bin Ebrahim Shirazi, known as Mulla Sadra, was a philosopher, a Twelver Shi’a Sufi, and the founder of Transcendent Wisdom School. The school is known as the third significant school of philosophy in the Islamic world. He introduced his philosophical system in his most well-known book, Al-Hekma Al-Mota’aliya fi Al-Asfar Al-‘Aqliya Al-Arba’a.  […]

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