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    Default The real Iran-may different from what you see in the media

    This is a gallery intended to show views of other side of Iran, different with what you may have seen in the media.


    Isfahan

    Maharloo Lake


    Isfahan

    Kelar Dasht


    Isfahan

    Isfahan


    Tulip & mountain

    Tulip Garden

    Isfahan



    Training




    1500 years old Fire Yazd






    Narengestan-e- Ghavam

    Valasht Lake

    more pics
    http://www.pbase.com/k_amj/throughout_iran&page=1
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    Thanks, I believe there is a thread in the Video/photo section on Iran. There Photos, like yours that are very beautiful.

    If I find the thread, I move this for you.


    H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOLLiS View Post
    Thanks, I believe there is a thread in the Video/photo section on Iran. There Photos, like yours that are very beautiful.

    If I find the thread, I move this for you.


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    good job thx

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    we seen all that in "our" medias dude, we aren't ignorants, nobody says that Iran was a ugly country, this is a beautiful place, with a lot of history, monuments and natural sites..

    What the medias that you're talking critisizes, is not the Iran as a country or not even the Iranian people, but the current regim and its international policies.

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    Some amazing shots hope you dont mind.

















    Represent Mazandarani.

    [IMG]http://i2.*******.com/v313ptdotjpg[/IMG]







    These are for the Mullahs



    Darn have to go.

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    Well, they've got horses and I like that. Looks like some nice country do some riding in as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvin View Post
    Utterly beautiful picture, in every sense of the word.

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    those are some amazing images, some beautiful places

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    I have a dear friend who is from Iran and lives in the US. He tells me about the wonderful hiking and things to see. He still goes back twice a year and brings back goodies like my hookah. He was in the Army there and was in the revolution....btdt.

    I am trying to learn the language and it's fun, I can't wait to go.

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    Very beautiful pictures. They seem like nice people, too, the ones I've met. I hope we don't have to go to war with them.

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    nope that is pretty much the iran i see on tv....lol..jk, thanks for the post, pretty country

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    Quote Originally Posted by longlivechina View Post
    This is a gallery intended to show views of other side of Iran, different with what you may have seen in the media.

    Looks like Uzbek architecture. Any info?

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    Quote Originally Posted by longlivechina View Post
    This is a gallery intended to show views of other side of Iran, different with what you may have seen in the media.

    http://www.pbase.com/k_amj/throughout_iran&page=1
    Iran has two sides? Not sure what you are trying to prove by this. Media has never depicted Iran as a ugly country, as far as I know.
    Normally the focus is on the douchebag leaders of that country...

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    Quote Originally Posted by randy10 View Post
    Iran has two sides? Not sure what you are trying to prove by this. Media has never depicted Iran as a ugly country, as far as I know.
    Normally the focus is on the douchebag leaders of that country...

    [*******black]^^exactly what I was thinking.[/COLOR]

    [*******black]Anyway shouldn't this thread be in the off topic forum?.. it's not military.[/COLOR]

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    Quote Originally Posted by randy10 View Post
    Iran has two sides? Not sure what you are trying to prove by this. Media has never depicted Iran as a ugly country, as far as I know.
    Normally the focus is on the douchebag leaders of that country...
    Obviously Iran is not being called an ugly country. No one's disrespecting their culture, cities and people. But that doesn't change the fact that all we hear about in the media is Iran's "support of terrorism" and "nuclear ambitions".

    What about getting to see what the people are like? There's all this fear and hostility towards Iran and all we ever do is look at the head of government's hardline posture. As if that is suppose to give us a good picture of Iran.

    What about the internal political forces at work? What about Iranian students and intellectuals? We never get to hear about that.

    Thanks for posting the beautiful pictures. It's nice to see what Iran is really like.

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