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Vank Cathedral

Armenian Apostolic Church of the Saintly Sisters (known as Vank Cathedral) in Isfahan, in the middle of Iran

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Arg’-e-Rayen

Cittadella di Rayen nella Regione di Kerman, sud-est dell’Iran: realizzata interamente in mattoni, fango e paglia durante la dinastia Sassanide (VI sec. d.C.) Escursione del 3 Marzo 2017

Iran Pro League: a new season is going to start

The sixteenth Iranian football professional season will start at the end of July: few days ago Sazman League Football Iran (i.e. Iran Football League Organization) in Tehran announced fixtures about the first half of the season, that means 15 weeks. The complete calendar with dates of the matches has not yet been defined.

Iran Pro League first edition was 2001/2002 season, then in 2006 the league changed the name to Persian Gulf Cup, and in 2014 it was renamed Persian Gulf Pro League with a new logo.

Azadi Stadium - Tehran
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There are 16 teams: most of them are from the capital Tehran, but in this tournament there will be derbies in Tabriz, Esfahan, Mashhad, and Ahvaz.
Last edition was won by Esteghlal Khuzestan, who achieved their first title.

 

2016/2017 Participants

Team City
Esteghlal Khuzestan Ahvaz
Esteghlal Tehran
Foolad Khuzestan Ahvaz
Foolad Mobarakeh Sepahan Esfahan
Gostaresh Fooolad Tabriz
Mashinsazi Tabriz
Naft Tehran
Padideh Mashhad
Paykan Qods
Persepolis Tehran
Saba Qom
Saipa Karaj
Sanat Naft Abadan
Siahjamegan Mashhad
Tractorsazi Tabriz
Zob Ahan Esfahan

Week 1

Saba Qom – Sanat Naft Abadan
Siahjamegan Mashhad – Zob Ahan Esfahan
Foolad Khuzestan – Mashinsazi Tabriz
Tractorsazi Tabriz – Esteghlal Khuzestan
Esteghlal Tehran – Naft Tehran
Saipa Karaj – Persepolis Tehran
Gostaresh Foolad Tabriz – Paykan Qods
Foolad Sepahan Esfahan – Padideh Mashhad

Benvenuti in Iran

Gol be gol - flower shop
Gol be gol – negozio fuori dall’aeroporto Imam Khomeini

Dopo essere atterrati all’ “Imam Khomeini” a Tehran, le prime cose che vedete fuori dall’aereoporto sono i taxi e un negozio di fiori, aperto anche alle 2 di notte.

Al contrario che in altri Paesi, in Iran si regalano fiori non solo alle donne e alle ragazze, ma anche agli uomini e ai ragazzi: quando le nazionali di calcio di Iran e Stati Uniti si affrontarono ai Mondiali di Francia 98, prima del fischio d’inizio il capitano iraniano Abedzadeh donò un grande mazzo di fiori al capitano americano Dooley, e poi le due squadre fecero una foto insieme.

 

 

 

Taxicabs Tehran
Taxi a Tehran – aereoporto Imam Khomeini

Nel vostro primo giorno persiano, quando vi svegliate provate una colazione completa iraniana. Tè nero o verde, latte, pane, burro, formaggio, noci, uova, cetrioli, torta, limonata e frutta.

Sì, frutta, proveniente da diverse zone dell’Iran: in autunno melograni da Saveh, in inverno limoni dolci (Citrus limetta) da Jiroft, in primavera meloni da Bandar Abbas, in estate angurie da Mashhad.

Se volete imparare qualcosa sull’Iran e sugli Iraniani, visitate la capitale: Tehran. Qui inizia il nostro viaggio…

Welcome to Iran

Gol be gol - flower shop
Gol be gol – flower shop Imam Khomeini airport

After you land to the “Imam Khomeini” in Tehran, the first things that you see out of the airport are taxicabs and a flower shop, open at 2.00 am too.

Despite other countries, in Iran you send flowers as a present not only to women and girls, but also to men and boys: when Iran and USA national football teams met each other at FIFA World Cup France 98, before the kick off, Iranian captain Abedzadeh gave a big bouquet of flowers to US captain Dooley and then the two teams took a photo together.

 

 

 

Taxicabs Tehran
Taxicabs Tehran – Imam Khomeini airport

In your first Persian day, wake up and try a full Iranian breakfast. Black or green tea, milk, bread, butter, cheese, walnuts, eggs, cucumbers, cake, lemonade and fruits.

Yes, fruits, from different zones of Iran: in autumn pomegranades from Saveh, in winter sweet lemons (Citrus limetta) from Jiroft, in spring melons from Bandar Abbas, in summer watermelons from Mashhad.

If you want to learn about Iran and Iranians, visit the capital: Tehran. Our journey starts here…

Scoprire l’IRAN

Il 12 Aprile 2016 andrò a visitare l’Iran, in Medio Oriente. E’ molto interessante vedere un paese molto antico, dove si può trovare varietà di cibo, costumi, tradizioni, dialetti, religioni, sport.

Gli Iraniani sono quasi 80 milioni, metà della popolazione ha meno di 30 anni, molti dei quali laureati, parlano inglese oltre al farsì (persiano).

Il paese ha una superficie di 1.648.195 km2 dove potete trovare le catene montuose Zagros e Alborz, i deserti Dasht-e-Kavir e Dasht-e-Lut. A nord si raggiunge il Mar Caspio, a sud il Golfo Persico e il Golfo di Oman.

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Goodnight from Tehran
Goodnight from Tehran

Discovering IRAN

On April 12, 2016 I’m leaving to visit Iran, in the Middle East. It’s very interesting to see a very ancient country, where you can find a variety of food, habits, traditions, dialects, religions, sports.

Iranian people are nearly 80 millions, half of the population is under the age of 30, most of them University educated and speak English besides Farsi (Persian).

The country has an area of 1,648,195 km2 where you can find Zagros and Alborz Mountains, Dasht-e-Kavir and Dasht-e-Lut deserts. On the north you reach the Caspian Sea, and on the south the Persian Gulf and the Oman Gulf.

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Goodnight from Tehran
Goodnight from Tehran