Travel & Lifestyle Snaps

Iran is boring | North to South

Iran's got it all: deserts, salt lakes, beaches, jungles, modern architecture, astonishing preserved ancient architecture, simple but genius dirt huts, massive ornamented mosques. Moving from the lush green north to the dry and hot south leaves you amazed how diverse this country is.

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Tehran | Northern Iran

Tehran | Northern Iran

14 Million people live in a capital without proper shops or nightlife to make this place a vivid one. Progress seems to have stagnated ever since the revolution in 1979 - a city caught in depression.

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Isfahan | Central Iran

Isfahan | Central Iran

Entering Isfahan means entering the world's largest open-air museum. Whereever you go, worldclass ancient, islamic architecture leaves you speachless and impressed.

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Yazd | Central Iran

Yazd | Central Iran

Narrow alleyways, isolated streets, old-fashioned houses constructed with dirt and hay. This hidden gem is a true remainder of past times when the Zoroastrians and their cult of fire was predominant.

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