, found in 1966 at 8,200 ft, went on stream in 1976.
Perhaps the most widely known among these is the ceremonial spread called the Khan-e Nowruz
or the Haft Chin.
is an ancient celebration that predates todays borders and divisions.
is celebrated by people in places such as Afghanistan, Albania, Azerbaijan, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Georgia, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, the Iraqi Kurdistan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Pakistan and Turkmenistan.
In district of Seyhan, a clash broke out between the police and demonstrators who held a organization to celebrate Nowruz
Over 1,200 tourists from Iran will have visited Cyprus by Thursday to celebrate Nowruz
, the Persian New Year, which is marked on March 21, according to the Cyprus News Agency (CNA).
Islamabad -- Day-long Nowruz
Celebrations marking the arrival of Spring were held at Lok Virsa premises Shakarparian on Saturday.
Samanu (sumalak for the Uzbeks) is a sweet paste made entirely from young wheatgrass, which is prepared for Nowruz
in a large pot in Central Asian countries.
Damascus, SANA -- Under the title "The Kurds are Integral Part of Syrian National Fabric", the National Initiative for Syrian Kurds held the sixth Nowruz
( Spring ) festival at al-Jalaa Sports City in Damascus on Saturday.
General Qassem Suleimani, commander of the Quds Force, the foreign operations arm of Iran's Revolutionary Guards, won 37 per cent of the votes cast in the survey to mark the new year, Nowruz
QUESTION: Do you have anything -- we asked the other day about the supreme leader's statements on Nowruz
Summary: Iranian leaders marked the Persian New Year, or Nowruz
, Thursday with a rallying cry to revive the troubled economy, as U.
Dubai: Persian-speaking expats celebrated the beginning of the Persian New Year, Nowruz
, on Thursday night with the Haft Seen (Seven S's) ritual of placing seven items on a table, hoping for good fortune.
In a statement marking Nowruz
(Iranian new year), Obama noted that since he spoke to Iranian President Dr.
The Iranian New Year yesterday, called Nowruz
, is typically a time when tens of thousands of Iranians, Pasha's main customers, cross the Gulf to enjoy the city's glitzy hotels, luxury shopping and many beaches.