سال نو مبارک (Happy Persian New Year!)

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March. 18, 2017—Members from Aftab Dance Group, an Iranian dance group run by students and young professionals in the Boston area, pose for group photos before their performance at the Museum of Fine Arts Saturday afternoon for the celebration of Nowruz 2017 in Boston, MA. Nowruz means “new day” in Persian and it has been celebrated for centuries throughout Persia. Photo by Yvonne Shijie Ye.

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March. 18, 2017—Davood Shahin, an Iranian-born architect and designer and President and Founder of DSH Design Group, presents his calligraphy design at the Museum of Fine Arts Saturday afternoon for the celebration of Nowruz 2017 in Boston, MA. Nowruz means “new day” in Persian and it has been celebrated for centuries throughout Persia.”I love my work no matter the size or type,” Shahin said. According to a staff from DSH, Shahin has been working as a designer for 35 years.  Photo by Yvonne Shijie Ye.

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March. 18, 2017—Kids work on Persian paintings at the Museum of Fine Arts Saturday afternoon for the celebration of Nowruz 2017 in Boston, MA. Nowruz means “new day” in Persian and it has been celebrated for centuries throughout Persia. Photo by Yvonne Shijie Ye.

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March. 18, 2017—People gather in the Shapiro Family Courtyard of the Museum of Fine Arts for its annual celebration of Nowruz, the Persian New Year, Saturday afternoon in Boston, MA. The event contains a series Persian music and dance performance, arts presentations and culture talks. Photo by Yvonne Shijie Ye.

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March. 18, 2017—A girl dresses Persian traditional outfits for the celebration of Nowruz 2017 in Boston, MA. Nowruz means “new day” in Persian and it has been celebrated for centuries throughout Persia.The event contains a series Persian music and dance performance, arts presentations and culture talks. Photo by Yvonne Shijie Ye.

 

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