- published: 08 Jun 2017
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Welcome to Mashhad! I travelled from Tehran to Mashhad by train, this is a continuation of my travels to the capital city where I spent most of my time. I wasn't feeling very well during this trip but I tried to visit a few places and film as much as I could while in the beautiful city of Mashhad, Iran. Many people are pleasantly surprised with Iran and just how kind, friendly and welcoming the people are. It's a very rich culture and of late extremely misunderstood, which is heartbreaking as there is so much to learn and experience.. from the food to the flamboyant festive nature of these wonderful people. You will not be disappointed with this fascinating country, and the same goes for Pakistan, although they are both rather different, they are equally amazing! Hope you enjoy! My Firs...
A short video on our visit to the Holy Shrine of Imam Ali Bin Musa Ridha in Mashhad, Iran on May 2016. Spring weather and temperature was below 16 Degress Celsius. Enjoy...! Singers: Haji Abdolreza Helali and Hamed Zamani Keywords: Trip to Iran Trip to Mashhad Holy Shrine Imam Ali Bin Musa Ridha Imam Reza Chalidarreh Mashhad Iran No Copyright Infringement Intended.
Mashhad is a major northeastern metropolis and is considered the Islamic capital of Iran. It is not only a famous religious destination, but also a historical one. Many of the the greatest Persian scientists and poets have risen from Khorasan and especially Mashhad.
On Thursday a large number of protesters took to the streets in the cities of Mashhad, Neyshabur, Kashmar and Birjand in northeast Iran, protesting unemployment, poverty and skyrocketing prices. Protesters were also seen chanting, "Death to Rouhani" and "Death to the Dictator," in reference to the regime's president and Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, respectively.
It was the 1st day of snow. Everyone was extremely excited to experience snow so we took a short walk around Mashhad and had fun throwing snow balls at each other :). It was -3 Degrees celcius and so the story goes..... Lyrics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijJKkANno78
My last destination in Iran: Mashhad. The second holiest city and my gate to Turkmenistan. Here I got surprised by the holy shrine, got a masterplan for crossing the border and was worried af if I messed up my visa for Turkmenistan. But see for yourself. Filmed handheld with the Panasonic G80/G81/G85 and the iPhone 6. The long Road (TlR) is a journey from the heart of Europe all the way to the heart of Asia, through the middle east, following the old silk road, China, South-East Asia, India and Nepal. The whole journey will be overland (no planes, UFOs or portals) and put together into short videos on this channel :) Greetings, Georg
Mashhad, Iran خيابان هاي مشهد
Iran’s northeastern city of Mashhad has inaugurated the second line of its subway system. The new line of the railway system will facilitate the transportation of a large number of pilgrims coming to the city to pay homage to the eighth Shia Imam, Imam Reza. From Mashhad, Press TV’s correspondent Yusef Jalali reports. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/presstv
Mashhad Iran, 10 3 2017
نمائی از خیابانهای شهر مشهد (سناباد) در تابستان 1375
Mashhad is the second biggest city of Iran and this video is a brief look at how it feels to live in this city, showing the aspects of Mashhad that has never been pictured like this before. Hope you enjoy it. by: Sina Haghighi Also available in 720p at the Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/70722921
Trip in mashad
Mashhad (Persian: مشهد) is the second largest city in Iran. It is located 850 kilometres (530 mi) east of Tehran, at the center of the Razavi Khorasan Province close to the borders of Afghanistan and Turkmenistan. Its population was 2,427,316 at the 2006 population census. It was a major oasis along the ancient Silk Road connecting with Merv in the East. the name Mashhad means the place of martyrdom the place where Imam Reza - the eighth Imam of Shia Muslims - was martyred and so his shrine was placed there. The second largest holy city in the world, Mashhad attracts more than 20 million tourists and pilgrims every year, many of whom come to pay homage to the Imam Reza shrine (the eighth Shi'ite Imam). It has been a magnet for travellers since medieval times. Thus, even as those who comp...
Drive through shandiz and zoshk
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You don't need to work hard to show me your love baby. You don't need to move far, your all that I want, your all that I need.
No be money, money, money, money. It's you that I want baby. No be money Awa Kuri, no no. unaya abe rubeko.