Travel & Lifestyle Snaps

Daily Life in Iran

No freedom of speech. No democracy. No female rights. No alcohol. No drugs. -Limited chances to leave the country. How do people cope with their situation? 

Family, work and enjoying the little things in life are their way to a happy life.

Teheran Park Baum - Mekong.jpg
Family

Family

A strong bond with friends and family helps Iranians to overcome daily life's struggles. Escaping the heat on a weekend trip to the mountains or camping in the desert with their loved ones is their choice of refueling.

Masuleh Family.jpg
Kashan Wüste Laufen Düne-2.jpg
Esfahan Feuertempel Mädels - Mekong more color white Korektur.jpg
 Life on the edge - the younger generation admires western lifestyles and has figured out ways to pursue them without being punished by the regime

Life on the edge - the younger generation admires western lifestyles and has figured out ways to pursue them without being punished by the regime

Teheran Berg Wanderer.jpg
Teheran Bazar Gold.jpg
Work

Work

The regime has been struggling to create opportunities for a highly educated workforce of lawyers, engineers and doctors. Iranians are happy to have some job at all in a situation where finding work can be devestating

Yazd Gassen Kaugummi_demo day freeze.jpg
Rasht Markt Fischer-2.jpg
Yazd Gassen Maurer_Mekong more color white korrektur.jpg
The small things

The small things

Being able to support their families in times of economic struggles is crucial to them. Whether wealthy or not, for Iranians it comes down to enjoying the little things.

Yazd Gassen Popsicles_demo day freeze.jpg
Freedom

Freedom

The rare feeling of freedom when taking of the hijab in a world dominated by religious policies.

Yazd_Lehm Sonne.jpg