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k23designs:

Alireza Haghighi , one of the hottest goalkeepers of world Cup 2014

For more Iran love: FYEAHRAN

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For more Iran love: FYEAHRAN

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81 notes Our boys <3
For more Iran love: FYEAHRAN

Our boys <3

For more Iran love: FYEAHRAN

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17 notes For more Iran love: FYEAHRAN
via @Hodaaak and @mtorki

For more Iran love: FYEAHRAN

via @Hodaaak and @mtorki

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For more Iran love: FYEAHRAN

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*moment of silence to admire his handsomely sexy face*

reveal-your-heart:

*moment of silence to admire his handsomely sexy face*

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Tabriz (تبریز ) is the fourth largest city and one of the historical capitals of Iran and the capital of East Azerbaijan Province. The estimated population of the city is around 3,000,000; the fifth most populous city in Iran.

With a rich history, Tabriz contains many historical monuments, but repeated devastating earthquakes and several invasions during frequent wars have substantially damaged many of them. Many monuments in the city date back to the Ilkhanid, Safavid, and Qajar periods,among them is the large Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex which is inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 2010. The oldest signs of the civilization in the city is an excavation site and museum in the city center with a history that dates back 2500 years.

18 notes Masjed-e Jameh, Yazd, Iran

Masjed-e Jameh, Yazd, Iran

9 notes Away from their families for the new year, a gal from Sweden and a gal from California ended up celebrating Norooz together in Denmark. They met on exchange, discovered both their parents are from Iran with Kurdish/Persian roots, and brought other friends from the international program to celebrate with some Persian food that they made all on their own for the first time :) If this doesn&#8217;t exemplify diaspora and cultural exchange, I don&#8217;t know what does.
This is their haft sin.

Away from their families for the new year, a gal from Sweden and a gal from California ended up celebrating Norooz together in Denmark. They met on exchange, discovered both their parents are from Iran with Kurdish/Persian roots, and brought other friends from the international program to celebrate with some Persian food that they made all on their own for the first time :) If this doesn’t exemplify diaspora and cultural exchange, I don’t know what does.

This is their haft sin.

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IRAN STREET STYLE