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Discover the most heartwarming country
TRAVELERS’ STORIES/PART THREE
By Yngwie Scheerlinc*
A journey through the rich history of Persian carpets
Carpets have been woven for thousands of years, with the world’s oldest known carpet, the Pazyryk Carpet, discovered in 1948. It was found preserved within the frozen tomb of a Scythian chief in Siberia’s Altai Mountains, with radiocarbon testing revealing that it was woven around the 5th century BC. But considering its sophisticated design and advanced weaving techniques, it’s believed that carpets have been woven for at least 4,000 years, carpetcellar.com wrote.
Discover the most heartwarming country
TRAVELERS’ STORIES/PART TWO
By Yngwie Scheerlinc*
Discover the most heartwarming country
TRAVELERS’ STORY Part 1
By Yngwie Scheerlinc*
Persian food culture, balance of hot and cold nature
When it comes to maintaining a balanced diet, Persian food culture won’t just be limited to balancing the nutrients in meals but also to the hot nature (garmi) and cold nature (sardi) of ingredients.
Nayband, a stepped village in heart of desert
Tabas is one of the cities in Iran that have very special and spectacular attractions in the desert area of Iran in the west of South Khorasan. It is interesting to know that this city used to be a part of Yazd Province, which joined the South Khorasan Province in 2012. The city has a desert climate and the city’s rich coal mines indicate the presence of forests and large lakes in past old years. These mines make Tabas one of the richest regions in the country in terms of national wealth. In this article of Travital, we want to talk about Nayband Village in Tabas. Nayband is among Iran’s stepped villages and you can see many historical and spectacular buildings in it, travital.com wrote.
Chinese father reunited with son abducted 24 years ago
A Chinese father was reunited with his son 24 years after he was abducted by human traffickers in front of their home in Shandong at the age of two in 1997.
Bystander finds, returns butcher shop's lost bank deposit
The owners of a Michigan butcher shop said an envelope of cash that was supposed to be taken to the bank ended up instead at the side of a road, where it was recovered by a bystander and returned to the shop.
Boy's letter to Marcus Rashford telling him not to feel sad breaks hearts
A young boy has written an adorable note to football star Marcus Rashford after England’s crushing Euros defeat – telling him not to feel sad.
Firefighters rescue worker trapped nearly 80 feet up in cherry picker truck
Firefighters in Florida conducted an unusual rescue Monday when a worker in a boom lift truck ended up stranded 70 to 80 feet in the air while inside the truck's bucket.
Nine of the world’s smallest artificial objects
Sometimes the best things in life are the smallest ones. We as people like to always try and make things bigger and better. But size isn’t always everything, and sometimes you just need to go smaller. Let’s take a look at some of the smallest things mankind has ever made. You’ll see some astounding feats of miniature engineering, and also some stuff that’s just too small to be of any real use, oddee.com wrote.
Man finds 160 bowling balls under home
A Michigan man made a striking discovery under his house when he went to demolish his back stairs: About 160 bowling balls.
Indian girl, 6, identifies 93 airlines in one minute for world record
A 6-year-old girl in India unofficially broke a Guinness World Record by identifying 93 airlines by the designs on the tails of their planes in one minute.

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