Posts Tagged ‘historical’

Eventful 12 hours marks historical day for presidential election

Eventful 12 hours marks historical day for presidential election – Tehran%20Times TEHRAN — The 2021 election has been one of a kind so far, yet events occurred on May 24 and 25 made the presidential elections all the more interesting. It all began at 00:00 of May 25, when Fars News published a list of […]

30 historical sites, monuments under restoration across Sistan-Baluchestan  

TEHRAN – Restoration work is currently underway on some 30 historical sites and monuments, which are dotted across the lesser-known Sistan-Baluchestan province. Historical houses, mansions, strongholds, castles, graveyards and windmills are amongst travel destinations being restored, ILNA quoted Mansoureh Molla-Elahi, the deputy provincial tourism chief, as saying on Tuesday. The collective province — Sistan in […]

No harm to Bushehr historical sites by quake

No harm to Bushehr historical sites by quake – Tehran%20Times TEHRAN –A moderate 4.4 magnitude earthquake that struck the city of Bandar Ganaveh in southwestern Bushehr province on Thursday caused no damage to historical sites across the province. Based on field visits by experts of the province’s Cultural Heritage, Tourism, and Handicrafts Department, no damage […]

Historical watermill starts rotating once again 

TEHRAN – An underground watermill, which is located in the village of Tiran, Isfahan province, has been fully restored to be a new destination for sightseers and history buffs. Dating back to the late Qajar era, the watermill is situated near the seasonal river of Morghab that is one of the constituent elements of the […]

The Menehune: Historical Accounts of the Mythical ‘Little People’ of Hawaii

The Menehune: Historical Accounts of the Mythical ‘Little People’ of Hawaii The mention of the name conjures up images of little people, tiny artisans fervently working through the night to complete their secretive task, before quietly slipping back into the seclusion of the forest before day breaks. This mythical clan of Hawaiian people are known […]

70 historical petroglyphs discovered in central Iran

 TEHRAN – A total of 70 historical rock-carved petroglyphs, which experts believe date back to the Sassanid era, have recently been discovered in Mahallat county of Markazi province in central Iran. “Yesterday, 70 petroglyphs were in Sanjeh Bashi district of Mahallat county,” CHTN quoted Mehdi La’lbar, the tourism chief of Mahallat, as saying on Thursday. […]

Three historical objects discovered in Siraf port

TEHRAN – Three historical objects have recently been identified in the ancient port of Siraf in southwest Iran. The discovery includes two pieces of plaster and a stone object that has been cleaned and transferred to the cultural office of the port city, a local tourism official said on Wednesday. “The objects were found during […]

‘Gleichschaltung Gaslight’ – The Eradication of Scots Historical-Cultural Identity

Gaslighting Gilligan by Johnny McNeill – unpublished author of ‘Gaslighting Gilligan‘ (released via Berlin on 25th June 2017) National Trust Scotland ‘Trademarking’, Neil Oliver NTS appointment, the Culloden Housing Development & their collective role in ‘Gleichschaltung‘ – the (continuing) deliberate British State policy by gaslightomission of Scots cultural-historical identity. “Who controls the past controls the […]

Historical castle restored to former glory

TEHRAN –Parts of the walls of the Kalat Ahram Castle, also known as Zaer Khezr Khan Castle, in Tangestan county, southwestern Bushehr province were restored, the deputy provincial tourism chief has announced.  A budget of four billion rials ($95,000 at the official exchange rate of 42,000 rials per dollar) was allocated to the project, which […]

Ruins of majestic historical gateway unearthed near Persepolis

TEHRAN – The ruins of a majestic historical gateway, built upon the order of Cyrus the Great, who was the founder of the mighty Achaemenid Empire (ca. 550 – 330 BC), have been unearthed near the UNESCO-registered Persepolis in southern Iran, Iranian researchers said on Monday. Supervised by a joint mission of Iranian and Italian […]

The historical problem with Poland

February 7, 2021 by Ben Cohen Read on for article The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) launched a new website last month titled “Protect the Facts” for the purpose of addressing Holocaust “distortion.” The Polish flag with Warsaw in the background. Credit: Velishchuk Yevhen/Shutterstock “Distortion” is not quite the same thing as “denial.” The claim […]

Ending the Historical Atrocity of Virginity Tests?

Since medieval times, many Muslim communities have regarded the hymen, the tiny piece of skin known as the vaginal membrane, as proof of virginity and a woman’s moral virtue. Even today in the United Kingdom, girls and young women are being charged between £150 and £300 (about $200 to $400) for “certification of their purity,” […]

Atlas of historical Masuleh, its legal boundaries determined  

TEHRAN – A comprehensive atlas of the historical village of Masuleh and its legal boundaries have recently been determined and announced by the Iranian ministry of tourism and cultural heritage. Legal boundaries and historical texture of Masuleh has been announced to Gilan Governor-General Arsalan Zare’ is a letter inked by Mohammad-Hassan Talebian, a deputy minister […]

Experts restore historical cistern surmounted by windcatchers

TEHRAN – Cultural heritage experts in Yazd have begun work to restore a historical Ab-Anbar (cistern) which is surmounted by two windcatchers, the city’s tourism chief announced on Monday.  The restoration project involves removing debris, cleaning the surrounding area, strengthening the walls using thatch material as well as repairing its windcatchers (also called wind towers), […]

A chance to right a historical wrong

December 1, 2020 by Gilad Erdan Read on for article Some 850,000 Jews have been deported from Arab countries and Iran, but their stories are not heard in E.U. meetings and their photos cannot be found hanging in exhibitions in the corridors of the United Nations. Israeli Ambassador to the U.N. Gilad Erdan, in his […]

Was Rama Based on a Real Historical Figure?

Rama, one of the principle figures of the Hindu text the Ramayana is revered throughout India and the world. Many historians doubt that Rama was an actual person, however, many Hindus believe he was a real historical figure and argue that there is enough circumstantial evidence to suggest that the legends about Rama, although written […]

Take an Eye-Opening Journey into the Past: Top 10 Historical TV Series

Ancient history and some of its famous faces have inspired countless TV series over recent years, ranging from drama and action, to fantasy and sci-fi. We all know that “based on actual events” or “inspired by real events” rarely means we’ll watch a true-to-life reenactment of historical events. Not to mention that historical facts are […]

Hundreds Of Illegal Historical Artifacts Recently Recovered By The Polish Police!

The looting of archaeological sites is a problem all around the world and it’s also a huge illegal business. Recently in Poland, authorities have recovered hundreds of stolen historical artifacts in a targeted police operation. These illegal historical artifacts are believed to have been illegally obtained. This latest incident is just another indicator of the […]

Statue of Liberty Historical Meaning-You Will Be Shocked!

September 29, 2020fightingmonarch When I was a boy, I grew up in a luciferian enclave masquerading as a cute little town. Westfield, New Jersey, was spitting distance from New York City, and it was loaded with satanic symbolism. There I was abused at a programming center, disguised as a soccer camp, where CIA sought to promote… Continue readingTHE […]

Historical Examples of Secret Biological Testing On Citizens

From These documentaries detail just a small part of the history of military and government testing against American citizens. This should be a wake-up call for those on the fence about chemtrails. And yes, this is legal. Note: NZ is not exempt from these activities. Witness: READ MORE Share this: Like this: Like […]

Turkey to convert another historical church into mosque

By News Desk -2020-08-22 Chora church Istanbul 1, August 12, 2019 Image donated to Wikimedia UK by Mark Lowen, former BBC correspondent in Turkey. BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:45 A.M.) – On Friday, the Turkish Religious Affairs Administration confirmed that the Chora Monastery in Istanbul will be converted into a mosque for prayer. A representative of the administration told […]

The Birkenau Gas Chambers in October of 1941: Technico-Historical Fantasies of a “Technician”

The Birkenau Gas Chambers in October of 1941 Technico-Historical Fantasies of a “Technician” By Carlo Mattogno Published: 2012-07-31 “Show me or draw me a Nazi gas chamber!” This has been Dr. Robert Faurisson’s famous challenge to orthodox historians for several decades now. Jean-Claude Pressac and Prof. Robert J. van Pelt were among those who tried […]

“The Truth About the Gas Chambers”? Historical Considerations relating to Shlomo Venezia’s “Unique Testimony”

Carlos Telleldin Argentina

“The Truth About the Gas Chambers”? Historical Considerations relating to Shlomo Venezia’s “Unique Testimony” By Carlo Mattogno Published: 2010-04-01   1) A last-minute witness Shlomo Venezia, self-proclaimed ex-conscript of the so-called “Sonderkommando” of Birkenau, only decided to “speak out” in 1992. I discussed his testimony in 2002, in an article entitled “Another Last-Minute Witness: Shlomo […]

Royal Wedding from new angle: #Romanovs100 shares rare historical photo of Queen Victoria & family

As requested… Fun fact: I used Queen Victoria’s journal as a source to be able to identify everyone. — Marina Amaral (@marinamaral2) June 5, 2018 This photo illustrates just how tight-knit the European royal relations were: Nicholas, the future Emperor of Russia, is standing beside his wife-to-be, Alix of Hesse, Queen Victoria’s favorite granddaughter. […]

Thousands of premature deaths from cardiovascular disease in the U.S. linked to historical lead exposure

(Natural News) More than 250,000 early deaths due to cardiovascular disease in the U.S. have been linked to historical lead exposure in middle-aged and older adults, according to a study published in the journal The Lancet Public Health. The study found that low-level lead exposure increased the risk of premature deaths, particularly from cardiovascular […]

Facing the Past in Montgomery: Beyond the Nakba to historical justice

Rain had fallen the night before in Montgomery, Alabama. We had traveled there to visit the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, an ambitious project by the Equal Justice Initiative to give witness to formerly enslaved Black people terrorized by lynching in the South.  By the time we made our way to the newly landscaped […]

Charles Meynier’s Historical and Mythological Paintings

Charles Meynier (1762 – 1832) was a French painter and collector of artwork. His father had wanted him to become a tailor, but he showed a proclivity for the arts from an early age; he started with drawing and engraving, but soon wished to pursue painting. His career was somewhat interrupted by the French Revolution, […]

Historical, Mythological and Literary Paintings by Henry Thomson

Henry Thomson (1773 – 1843) was an English painter of historical, mythological and literary subjects. Thomson was primarily a historical painter, but he also made money by illustrating books and painting portraits. He became well-known for his paintings of scenes from Shakespeare. His father was a naval purser who helped to develop Henry’s interest in art […]

Lithuanian bill to prevent historical distortion aims to hide unpleasant truth – Nazi hunter to RT

The government-sponsored bill was introduced to parliament on Monday by Economy Minister Virginijus Sinkevicius. If adopted, it would allow the authorities to ban the sale of materials deemed to be “distorting historical facts” about the nation. The bill is considered a response to the 2016 book about the Holocaust titled ‘Our People,’ which some nationalists […]

Stephen Cohen: Russiagate as Historical Amnesia or Mass Denialism

Many aspects of Russiagate are said to be unprecedented—which is very far from the truth… Stephen F. Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies and politics at NYU and Princeton, and John Batchelor continue their (usually) weekly discussions of the new US-American Cold War. (Previous installments, now in their fourth year, are at Russians pride themselves […]

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