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Iran During the Persian New Year March 20 or 21 celebration

Iran During the Persian New Year March 20 or 21 celebration


Mashhad, Iran. 21st Mar, 2018. Members of an Iranian family pose for

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Afghans gather to celebrate Afghan New Year (Nowruz) in Kabul, March 20,

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People attend Nowruz celebrations, the traditional Iranian festival of spring which starts at the exact


Iranian women shop for Noruz, the Persian New Year, at a market in Tehran

Iraqi Kurds carry fire torches up a mountain in Akra, Iraq. ─ Reuters


Nowruz Eid is the oldest and most important festival for Iranians, celebrated for over 3000 years. In Iran, the first day of the New Year is 21 March.

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21 Mar 2016. Syrian and Iraqi Kurds celebrate Newroz at a makeshift camp for refugees and migrants near the

Iranian-American volunteers serve food to homeless people to celebrate Nowruz, the Iranian New

The file photo shows a Haft Seen table.

A beautiful Nowruz haft-seen, courtesy of Nini Ordoubadi.

Iran -- During the Persian New Year (March 20 or 21) celebration called Nouruz (Nowruz), minstrels, referred to as Haji Firooz parade through the streets ...

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... New Year and it was celebrated in grand scale. People ...

The Persian New Year also known as Norooz is the Iranian new year (the first day of spring, March 20th, 21st or 22nd depending on the year.)

... of the Iranian New Year, also known as the Persian New Year, which is celebrated worldwide by Iranian people, along with some other ethno-linguistic ...

A table set with decorations is seen at Iranian restaurant Abshar in Dubai March 20,

Iranian Kurds celebrating Nowruz in Palangan.

An Afghan sells balloons during celebrations of the Iranian New Year Norouz in Kabul, Afghanistan, 21. March 2013.

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Persian New Year: sweets, sprouts and the table of seven Iranians are preparing to start the year 1396, with a symbolic table and many days of delicious ...

Afghanistan uses the Persian calendar which runs from the vernal equinox and takes as its start

Persian New Year (Nowruz) is the celebration of the first day of spring (Bahar) with all its beauty, greenery and blossoms.

Afghans take pictures of celebrations in Kabul. [Ahmad Masood/Reuters]

Traditional dancers perform in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan during Nowruz © Anadolu Agency / Getty Images


... where a giant flag of Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan region is laid, as they celebrate Nowruz, the Persian New Year festival, near Dahuk, March 20, ...

Haft seen, Persian New Year (March 20 in 2016 - always in the Spring)

Iranian families light fire outside their houses in Tehran on March 13, 2018 during the

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Iranian New Year 1397. Sofreh Haftsin Tehran: Tuesday March 20, 2018 at 7:45:28 PM

Nowruz is a national holiday celebrated by Iranians of virtually all ethnicities and religions. Celebrations may date back to Cyrus the Great's reign in the ...

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A 16th-century painting of Tahmasp I and Humayun celebrating Nowruz.

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Iran, people celebrating Nowruz, Persian New Year March 2017

Since the United Nations General Assembly recognizes March 21 as the "International Day of Nowruz"-Persian New Year. Image by Sepideh taken at NY's Ave ...

A Haft-Sin table furnished with the traditional seven symbolic items, each beginning with

Peshmerga members of the Kurdistan Democratic Party of (KDP-Iran), perform a

Painting of Shah Abbas II and the courtiers celebrating Nowruz.

Iranians celebrate Persian New Year known as Nowruz

Shah Abbas I receiving Vali Muhammad Khan of Bukhara, Chehel Sotun, Isfahan1657

The Kadmi New Year always precedes the Shahenshahi New Year by 30 days. In 2005, Noruz is celebrated on August 20 (Shahenshahi).

The oldest of Iranian traditions, Nowruz (also referred to as eyd-i sar

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This spirit has made Nowruz far more than just a New Year celebration over the course of history.

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Nooruz is the Persian New Year which is celebrated in Spring...so beautiful

Iranian New Year. A feast table set with a variety of Nowruz sweets, including Guba baklava and Sheki halva. In the middle of the sweets is sprouted wheat, ...

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Iranian Kurds celebrating Nowruz in Mariwan.

NowRuz 2570 (1390, 2011), Persian New year. First Day of Spring - March 21. Celebrated by Iranians for 2570 years

Afghan revelers gather in front of the Hazrat-e-Ali shrine for Nowruz festivities, which mark the Afghan new year in Mazar-i-Sharif March 21, 2015.

Nowruz (Iranian New Year) items in West Ealing, London

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Kurdish women in Iran dance during a Newroz celebration. File photo: AFP

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Iraqi Kurds walks through the town of Akra, 500 km north of Baghdad, on March 20, 2017 as they celebrate the Noruz spring festival.

Haft-sin in Tehran's Tupkhane Square, in 2013. Celebrating Nowruz ...

Tajik girls celebrating Navruz in Dushanbe, Tajikistan.

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A new year is just around the corner! Tuesday, March 20 2018 at 10:15 AM (mountain time), will be the official start of the year 1397, or the moment of ' ...

Nawrız in Tekeli, 2013.

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Nowruz in the kurdish-iranian village Toop Aghaj (photo: Jamshid Farajvand Farda)

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Darius the Great receiving greetings and gifts from governors and ambassadors. Relief from Persepolis,

Members of the Kurdistan Democratic Party of (KDP-Iran), perform a traditional

The reporter, Shuka Kalantari, records the sounds of a Persian New Year's celebration at

TEHRAN, IRAN - MARCH 18: An Iranian girl buys bean sprouts on the occasion

Nowruz is a holiday which is celebrated on the day of the vernal equinox. This means that it usually falls on March 20th on the Gregorian calendar.

The Iranian President sent a message to the Iranians on the occasion of the Iranian New Year from the city of Kermanchah on March 20, 2018.

Diplomatic Spectrum - Celebration of Iranian New Year in Sofia .

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A woman stands with her daughters during a Nowruz celebration in the Kazlıçeşme district of Istanbul March 23, 2014. Photo: Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images


An Iranian Kurdish woman looks on in Koya, northern Iraq. ─ AFP