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This image is a collage of three images, using photoshop. The faded background is a zoomed in small part of a painting from the Safavid era, it is over 250 years old. It is from a wall painting at Hasht Behesht Palace in Isfahan. The image and collage are my work.



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The two-dimensional work of art depicted in this image is in the public domain in the United States and in those countries with a copyright term of life of the author plus 100 years. This photograph of the work is also in the public domain in the United States (see Bridgeman Art Library v. Corel Corp.).

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  • Music of Iran
  • Persian music
  • Persian literature
  • Persian mythology
  • Persian carpet
  • Persian Jewels
  • Persian motifs
  • Cinema of Iran
  • Iranian architecture
  • Persian Gardens
  • Iranian cuisine
  • Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Iran
  • Iranian art
  • Persian miniature
  • Qajar art
  • Persian dance
  • Template:Persian arts
  • Persian embroidery
  • Persian painting
  • Persian calligraphy
  • Persian theatre
  • Iranian pottery
  • Baharestan Carpet


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