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July, 4, 489 B.C.:
Egypt Becomes An Iranian Province

Dariush the great added Egypt to the Persian realm as one of Persia's 30 provinces or Satrap. Like other provinces his inscription is still available in Egypt. The world's first postal services were founded at his time to facilitate communication among diverse points within the vast Persian empire. ... Read Full Article:


July, 4, 1944 A.D.:
Reza Shah Dies In Exile

Reza Shah Pahlavi who was living his last days of life in Johannesburg died after suffering from cardiac problems. His corpse was mummified and sent to Egypt where a ceremonial burial took place in his honor. Six years later, his body was brought back to Iran and buried in a mausoleum near Rhagae. A... Read Full Article:


July, 4, 1944 A.D.:
Ararat Club Founded

The Ararat Club was established on July, 4, 1944 by a group of Armenian-Iranians. They named the club after the famous mountain of the same name. The club was run by an Armenian athletic organization and was one of few clubs in Iranian football to have its own private stadium and training facilities... Read Full Article:

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