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ورق بازی ایرانی، پاپیه ماشه ی لاک خورده، اواخر قرن نوزدهم.

ورق بازی ایرانی، پاپیه ماشه ی لاک خورده، اواخر قرن نوزدهم.

1. Playing Cards Were Brought To Europe By Islamic Soldiers. 'To start at the very beginning: Though many people associate playing cards with European culture, the original playing cards weren't from Europe. Rather, they were brought to Europe by Islamic soldiers who were invading northern Italy, Sicily and Spain in the 1500s. The soldiers in those conflicts brought with them a game named Mamluk.  This game featured distinctive cards, often hand-painted with incredibly intricate designs and…

1. Playing Cards Were Brought To Europe By Islamic Soldiers. 'To start at the very beginning: Though many people associate playing cards with European culture, the original playing cards weren't from Europe. Rather, they were brought to Europe by Islamic soldiers who were invading northern Italy, Sicily and Spain in the 1500s. The soldiers in those conflicts brought with them a game named Mamluk. This game featured distinctive cards, often hand-painted with incredibly intricate designs and…

"Advent Calendar" great destinations for 2013 of  No. 3- Rich in cultural and natural resources Oman is a great choice and the weather and beaches aren't bad either!!!

"Advent Calendar" great destinations for 2013 of No. 3- Rich in cultural and natural resources Oman is a great choice and the weather and beaches aren't bad either!!!

Keep Calm and Eat Molokheya: Based on the “Keep Calm and Carry On” motivational poster produced by the British in 1939. Molokheya (or Mulukhiya, Molokhia, Molohiya) is a traditional Egyptian meal and many Egyptians consider it to be the national dish, along with Ful and Koshari. It's also enjoyed by many other cultures, such as Lebanese and Palestinian. Molokheya is made from Jute Leaves, also known as Jew’s Mallow  (Middle Eastern Arab Designs - Playing Cards - Poker Cards)

Keep Calm and Eat Molokheya: Based on the “Keep Calm and Carry On” motivational poster produced by the British in 1939. Molokheya (or Mulukhiya, Molokhia, Molohiya) is a traditional Egyptian meal and many Egyptians consider it to be the national dish, along with Ful and Koshari. It's also enjoyed by many other cultures, such as Lebanese and Palestinian. Molokheya is made from Jute Leaves, also known as Jew’s Mallow (Middle Eastern Arab Designs - Playing Cards - Poker Cards)

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