Kermanshah

What is Kermanshah known for?


art high

Split , Croatia (2011) See also * Kalhor (Kalhor (tribe)) *Kirmaşan Kermanshah Province * Kirmaşan Kermanshahi * Warwasi cave * Visual Art High school of Kermanshah *Ataollah Ashrafi Esfahani References WikiPedia:Kermanshah Dmoz:Regional Middle_East Iran Localities Kermanshah commons:کرمانشاه


production including

of Persia goes back to the days of Barbad in the royal Sassanid courts, and even earlier. Sassanid music was influential and was later adopted by the Abbasids.


games gold

, nuclear scientist *Mohammad Ranjbar, former Iran national football team player and headcoach *Mohammad Hassan Mohebbi, light heavyweight freestyle wrestler & Iran's national team coach *Kourosh Bagheri, world weightlifting champion *Ali Mazaheri, 2006 Asian Games gold medalist, Asian champion & Olympic boxer *Homa Hosseini, rower *Ali Akbar Moradi, Musician and Tanbour Player *Guity Novin, painter & graphic designer * Sohrab Pournazeri


main articles

and Baluchistan Province ) * ''Zhir-o-bal style'' (Kordish regions; Kordestan, Kermanshah, Ilam provinces) * ''Jang style'' (Lurestan and Chahar Mahal va Bakhtyari Provinces) :''Main articles: Cultural Muslim, Yazidism, Yarsan, Yazdanism, Kurdish Jews, Kurdish Christians'' Before the spread of Islam in the 7th century AD, the majority of Kurds practised their indigenous religions, which today are referred to as Yazdanism. Yazidism and Yarsan, which


diverse social

in the particular style of poetry that he created. Modern and imported concepts, combined with what were obtained from his own thoughts, form the framework of his style. He criticizes the social conditions of the country, and the striking originality in his use of metaphor when addressing diverse social problems has been admirable by his critics. His style is rich in the Art of Simile (in Persian: Honar-e-Tashbeeh). His striking sarcasm, pungent and fanged words are pointed at the dishonest clergy


beautiful natural

Cave in the Prav Mountains between Taq Bostan and Bisotoon heights is the deepest cave in Asia (the deepest cave in the world is Ali-Sadr Cave in Hamedan northeast of Kermanshah). There are famous glaciers and a marvelous 762-meter deep valley in it with several streams.Qoori Qal'eh cave is another of the natural wonders of the province, located 92 km from the city heading toward Paveh. The cave's spine is 3,140 meters long and the cave-length is 12 km with a beautiful natural surrounding of a variety of forest trees. In the cave, the first phase of which has been developed, there is an ever-flowing stream of 111 liters per second, and chambers with enchanting icicles and colorful columns. In fact, it is a romantic sight never to be forgotten. * WikiPedia:Kermanshah Dmoz:Regional Middle_East Iran Localities Kermanshah commons:کرمانشاه


beautiful setting

of Persian sculpture under the Sassanids, include representations of the investitures of Ardashir II (379–383) and Shapur III (383–388). Like other Sassanid symbols, Taghbostan (Taq-e Bostan) and its relief patterns accentuate power, religious tendencies, glory, honor, the vastness of the court, game and fighting spirit, festivity, joy, and rejoicing. Sassanid kings chose a beautiful setting for their rock reliefs along an historic Silk Road caravan route waypoint and campground. The reliefs are adjacent a sacred spring that empties into a large reflecting pool at the base of a mountain cliff. Taghbostan (Taq-e Bostan) and its rock relief are one of the 30 surviving Sassanid relics of the Zagros mountains (Zagros Mountains). According to Arthur Pope, the founder of Iranian art and archeology Institute in the USA, "art was characteristic of the Iranian people and the gift which they endowed the world with." One of the most impressive reliefs inside the largest grotto or ''ivan'' is the gigantic equestrian (equestrian sculpture) figure of the Sassanid king Khosrau II (591-628 AD) mounted on his favorite charger, Shabdiz. Both horse and rider are arrayed in full battle armor. The arch rests on two columns that bear delicately carved patterns showing the tree of life or the sacred tree. Above the arch and located on two opposite sides are figures of two winged angles with diadems (Diadem (personal wear)). Around the outer layer of the arch, a conspicuous margin has been carved, jagged with flower patterns. These patterns are also found in the official costumes of Sassanid kings. Equestrian relief panel measured on 16.08.07 approx. 7.45 m across by 4.25 m high. Behistun WikiPedia:Kermanshah Dmoz:Regional Middle_East Iran Localities Kermanshah commons:کرمانشاه


created modern

in the particular style of poetry that he created. Modern and imported concepts, combined with what were obtained from his own thoughts, form the framework of his style. He criticizes the social conditions of the country, and the striking originality in his use of metaphor when addressing diverse social problems has been admirable by his critics. His style is rich in the Art of Simile (in Persian: Honar-e-Tashbeeh). His striking sarcasm, pungent and fanged words are pointed at the dishonest clergy


power religious

of Persian sculpture under the Sassanids, include representations of the investitures of Ardashir II (379–383) and Shapur III (383–388). Like other Sassanid symbols, Taghbostan (Taq-e Bostan) and its relief patterns accentuate power, religious tendencies, glory, honor, the vastness of the court, game and fighting spirit, festivity, joy, and rejoicing. Sassanid kings chose a beautiful setting for their rock reliefs along an historic Silk Road caravan route waypoint and campground


technical skills

(Different Styles of Persian Poetry) on the raising and education of children, maternal affection, love and romance. He was an enlightened, innovative poet, and tended to European thought. Despite his famous technical skills, he sometimes used similar cases of rhyme, which is considered by some poetry researchers as an intentional rejection of strict traditional poetical rules. Although Iraj was one of the pioneers of the innovative movement in the Persian Poetry, he never thought of abandoning

Kermanshah

'''Kermanshah''' ( Iran Chamber society: accessed: September 2010. روزنامه سلام کرمانشاه '''Persian''' ('''Kurdish''') آشنایی با فرهنگ و نژاد استان کرمانشاه('''Persian''') سازمان میراث فرهنگی، صنایع دستی و گردشگری استان کرمانشاه بازدید 2010 03 11

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