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Ossetians in beautiful traditional Costumes. They are ethnic Iranians.

Tajik People in the Tashkurgan Tajik Autonomous County in China. In China they enjoy the Freedom of practice their cultural Traditions so they have ‎maintain their Iranian Identity.

Tashkurgan Tajik Autonomous County (sometimes spelled Tashkorgan, Taxkorgan, Taj Qurghan, etc.

Iranian Queen Shahbanu Farah Pahlavi visits the Province Lorestan in 1975.

Iranian Queen Shahbanu Farah Pahlavi visits the Province Lorestan in

Mazanderani People in traditional Costumes.

Mazanderani Women and Girls in colorful traditional Dresses in the Mazandaran Province, Iran.

Ossetian Dance Group. They are an Iranian ethnic group of the Caucasus Mountains and speak Ossetic, an Iranian language of the Eastern branch of the Indo-European languages family.

They are an Iranian ethnic group of the Caucasus Mountains and speak Ossetic, an Iranian language of the Eastern branch of the Indo-European languages family.

‎The Forecourt of the Fire Temple "Ateschgah" in Azerbaijan. Another Proof of the Iranian Origin of Azerbaijan.

‎The Forecourt of the Fire Temple "Ateschgah" in Azerbaijan. Another Proof of the Iranian Origin of Azerbaijan.

Yaghnobi Family from the Yaghnob Valley, Tajikistan.

Yaghnobi Family from the Yaghnob Valley, Tajikistan.

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Ossetian Men in traditional Costumes. They are an Iranian ethnic Group of the Caucasus and descendants of the Iranian Alans.

Pamiri Girl from Tajikistan in traditional Attire. Photo by Kamran Ali

Pamiri Girl from Tajikistan in traditional Attire. Photo by Kamran Ali

Women wait for a bus in central Tehran, Iran August 24, 2015. REUTERS/Darren Staples

Women wait for a bus in central Tehran, Iran August REUTERS/Darren Staples

Two elderly Ossetian Dancers. So cute❤

Two elderly Ossetian Dancers.

Gilaki Couple, both in traditional Attire, from the Province Gilan in Iran.

Gilaki Couple, both in traditional Attire, from the Province Gilan in Iran.

The Family Minister of Iran Mahnaz Afkhami and Queen Shahbanou Farah (with traditional Headgear of the Lurs) during the Visit in the Province Lorestan (1976).

The Family Minister of Iran Mahnaz Afkhami and Queen Shahbanou Farah (with traditional Headgear of the Lurs) during the Visit in the Province Lorestan

An old Wakhi Man and his grandson. Photographer: Matthieu Paley

An old Wakhi Man and his grandson.

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