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Dashtvil road , Roudbar , Gilan , Iran

Dashtvil road , Roudbar , Gilan , Iran

https://flic.kr/p/bQ2YuV | Alasht - Mazandaran - IRAN

https://flic.kr/p/bQ2YuV | Alasht - Mazandaran - IRAN

Neor Lake ,Sobatan, Ardabil, Iran

Neor Lake ,Sobatan, Ardabil, Iran

Shiraz Canyon, Kouhdasht, Lorestan province, Iran (Persian: تنگ شیرز،کوهدشت، استان لرستان) Credit:  Ali Hossein Pour, Bahman Ebrahimi and IranDeserts.com/

Shiraz Canyon, Kouhdasht, Lorestan province, Iran (Persian: تنگ شیرز،کوهدشت، استان لرستان) Credit: Ali Hossein Pour, Bahman Ebrahimi and IranDeserts.com/

Iran’s resort village of Jahan Nama - a hidden paradise!

Iran’s resort village of Jahan Nama - a hidden paradise!

Rafting in the heart of the "Saravan Forest Park",  17km from Rasht in Gilan Province, Iran (Persian: قایق سواری در دل جنگل سراوان -۱۷ کیلومتری رشت - گیلان) Credit: armanpbn (Arman Por BasiriyaN)

Rafting in the heart of the "Saravan Forest Park", 17km from Rasht in Gilan Province, Iran (Persian: قایق سواری در دل جنگل سراوان -۱۷ کیلومتری رشت - گیلان) Credit: armanpbn (Arman Por BasiriyaN)

Xerxes I (ruled 486-465 BCE), also known as Xerxes the Great, was the king of the Persian Achaemenid Empire. His official title was Shahanshah which, though usually translated as `emperor’, actually means `king of kings’. He is identified as the Ahasuerus of Persia in the biblical Book of Esther

Xerxes I (ruled 486-465 BCE), also known as Xerxes the Great, was the king of the Persian Achaemenid Empire. His official title was Shahanshah which, though usually translated as `emperor’, actually means `king of kings’. He is identified as the Ahasuerus of Persia in the biblical Book of Esther

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