The other part of iran (rev1)

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  • 1. Music: Arabesque - Richard Clayderman Presented By: Henry
  • 2. The Airport
  • 3. The Road to the city
  • 4. The City
  • 5. Azadi Square (50,000 sqm) marks the entrance to the city
  • 6. AZadi tower was built to mark the anniversary of the 2500 years of the Persian Empire
  • 7. A major road
  • 8. The hilly part
  • 9. Down town Tehran
  • 10. Old parts of the city
  • 11. Old parts of the city
  • 12. The old city gate
  • 13. Residential Condos
  • 14. A gloomy day
  • 15. The outskirts, weekend retreat for some people
  • 16. Milad Tower is the world's fourth highest telecommunication tower
  • 17. Milad Tower
  • 18. Tehran Tower
  • 19. Statue of Biruni (Persian astronmer) in The Park of Statues
  • 20. The Park of Dialogue
  • 21. The Park of dialogue
  • 22. Mother Mary in The Park of Dialogue
  • 23. Simon Bolivar in The Park of Dialogue
  • 24. A park in the north of the city
  • 25. The Grand Bazaar of Tehran is the world largest bazaar
  • 26. This is the largest mosque in Tehran It has eight distinctive minarets featuring original Persian mosque
  • 27. The mosque was built in 1663
  • 28. More Mosques
  • 29. Churches
  • 30. This synagogue has a Torah that is 800 years old
  • 31. Zoroastrian (The original Persian faith) fire temple
  • 32. The underground
  • 33. The old Iranian Parliament
  • 34. The new Iranian Parliament
  • 35. Tehran conference hall
  • 36. The National Library
  • 37. The National (Archaeological) Museum of Iran
  • 38. Collections in the Museum
  • 39. The Museum of Contemporary Art holds the largest collection of western art outside Europe and US, worth $3.0 billion
  • 40. The jewellery Museum The world's most precious jewellery collection, holding the biggest pink diamond in the world. It is a must see!
  • 41. The National Museum of Art
  • 42. The Glass and Ceramic Museum
  • 43. Qajar paintings (1792-1925)
  • 44. Golestan Palace was built in the 16th century and renovated in the 18th century
  • 45. The main palace hall
  • 46. The throne room
  • 47. The Hall of Mirrors
  • 48. The Palace Museum
  • 49. Avicenna Cultural Centre, named after a Persian physician and philosopher
  • 50. Mowlana Cultural Centre, named after a Persian poet and philosopher
  • 51. Tehran Symphony Orchestra
  • 52. Cinema complex
  • 53. Mall and shopping centres
  • 54. A traditional restaurant
  • 55. A restaurant with pre Islamic architecture
  • 56. The world's largest revolving restaurant
  • 57. Azadi sports complex with capacity of 100,000
  • 58. Mount Damavand (Skiers call it " the Bride")
  • 59. The cable car which starts from Tehran and ends in Tochal Ski Resort at 3900m. It is one of the longest and most scenic.
  • 60. You can ski until the first day of summer
  • 61. Rules seems to be more relaxed in the ski resorts
  • 62. A popular dam outside the city
  • 63. The memorial shelter of Kolak Chal at 3300m. Every break of the shelter wall represents a school in Iran
  • 64. The disobliging youth
  • 65. Nobel Peace Prize Winner Iran's car rally champion Woman making the headlines!
  • 66. Bus driver Fire Fighters Woman doing a man’s job!
  • 67. Women's rights = Human right Campaigners
  • 68. The 2009 presidential campaign
  • 69. High school kids
  • 70. Women in different sports
  • 71. Popular movie stars
  • 72. A fashion show (underground), by invitation only
  • 73. This is how the young party at night. Don't ask why the faces are blacked out!
  • 74. IRAN My Soul, My Heart, My Roots The paper says: It was always for us, it always be for us.
  • 75.