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Samosa originated in the Middle East, most likely in the Persian Gulf area.
Iran's national food list is long. Rice is a staple served at most meals. Fresh Vegetables are used in either stews, salads, or soups served with the rice. Lamb is used as a primary meat with Chicken being second and then near the coastal regions Fish is the principal meat. It is a complex, time consuming, and very flavorful cuisine that is very similar to all mediterrean foods. Freshly baked breads are enjoyed by every family each morning with hot tea and jam, it is also used with other meals. Torshi is used as a standard side dish with most evening meals. Torshi is picked vegetables made similar to other vinegar based pickles. Tea is served hot most of the day and evening. It is enjoyed with sweets and also served as an offering to any guests arriving at one's home. Street foods would be skewers of grilled meats served with fresh pita breads and other daily flat breads. Yogurt dressing and grilled tomatoes are served with these flat breads and meats.
No , Iran doesn't have a McDonald's. McDonald's did open in Iran in 1994 and only was open for two days before it got shut.
1. The Greek city-states gained or maintained their independence and were able to get back to their usuall occupation of fighting each otheer.
2. Athens was able to take control of many of those Greek cities and turn them into an empire of its own.
3. This led to the Peloponnesian War which devastated the Greek world.
These things were great in effect but not great in human welfare.
They used superior naval tactics and destroyed the Persian navy, which threatened the Greek cities and also protected their supply line.
When sea supply was lost, the Persians had to send half their army home, which evened the land forces up.
The Greeks also operated on broken ground which negated the advantage of the superior Persian cavalry.
Their infantry had armour, which gave them the edge over the unarmoured Persian infantry.
The Middle East is part of the continent of Asia, so - technically speaking - yes. Persians are very proud of their long and heroic past and of a highly developed culture that goes back to the times of Babylon and the ancient Greeks. In those terms they often feel more closely connected to the ancient Hellenistic culture than to the Arab culture. And of course they would never feel "Asian" in the 'Far East' sense of the word.
If you mean they had defeated the independent Greek city-states in 480 BCE, they would have installed a puppet government in each of the city states, and a Satrap (governor) for a new province of Greece. The city populations would have been restive, and there would have been frequent coups to get rid of the puppets, just as had happened throughout the previous three hundred years, and had happened in the Greek cities of Asia Minor. These coups would have been put down with increasing ferocity, so Greece would have been in turmoil. How long it would have taken to gain back their independence is anybody's guess.
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In Mainland Greece, Asia Minor and the Aegean islands.
The country code and area code of Babol, Iran is 98, (0)111.
The country code and area code of Golestan, Iran is 98, (0)171.
It may be banned/blocked in schools and workplaces but it is not banned worldwide due to it's popularity.
That was the 1996 Games in Atlanta when Lida Fariman competed in the women's 10 meter air rifle competition. She wound up finishing in 46th place.
The best Iranian soccer player ever would have to be Ali Daei, who scored 109 total goals in his entire international soccer career, the most ever. Not even Ronaldo or Maradona has reached that many goals. He played for Bayern Munich for a while and now coaches the Iranian soccer club Persepolis F.C., in the Iranian Pro League (IPL).
For the most part, NO. Shiite Islam has supplanted Zoroastrianism as the primary religion of Iran. However, some cultural effects of Zoroastrianism remain in Iran and have become part of the Iranian national culture. The most commonly known of these cultural legacies is the celebration of Nourouz or Persian New Year.
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'Anthens' ???? I think you mean 'Athens'.
Pre-Zoroastrian Iranian religion as similar to the religion of the Vedic Indians. Similar deities such as Indra, Varuna and Mitra were worshipped.
The land we now call Iran is but a fragment of what used to be Iran but wtihin the present political confines, the pre-Zoroastiran people of Iran worshipped a number of deities as well as the mother goddess. In Elam, Nanai and Inshushinak were important and continued to be worshipped locally into late Parthian times, after which they were suppressed and gave way to Zoroastrianism.
In language, the ancient people of Iran, prior to the Iranian Aryans who arrived from Central Asia, spoke a variety of languages belonging to several main groups including Caucasic, and Dravidian.
The lack of resolution to the Iran Hostage Crisis caused the downfall of the Carter presidency. It lead the way for a landslide victory by Ronald Reagan.
Iran was a sunni state before safawi rule, sunnis were persecuted in iranian cities. Now sunnis make 8% of Iran population and live in mountainous regions. Tehran is only capital in the world where no sunni mosque is alowed to be built and sunni are prevented to celebrate eid in tehran.