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2 Music: Arabesque - Richard Clayderman Presented By: Henry

3 The Airport

4 The Road to the city

5 The City

6 Azadi Square (50,000 sqm) marks the entrance to the city

7 AZadi tower was built to mark the anniversary of the 2500 years of the Persian Empire

8 A major road

9 The hilly part

10 Down town Tehran

11 Old parts of the city


13 The old city gate

14 Residential Condos

15 A gloomy day

16 The outskirts, weekend retreat for some people

17 Milad Tower is the world's fourth highest telecommunication tower

18 Milad Tower

19 Tehran Tower

20 Statue of Biruni (Persian astronmer) in The Park of Statues

21 The Park of Dialogue

22 The Park of dialogue

23 Mother Mary in The Park of Dialogue

24 Simon Bolivar in The Park of Dialogue

25 A park in the north of the city

26 The Grand Bazaar of Tehran is the world largest bazaar

27 This is the largest mosque in Tehran It has eight distinctive minarets featuring original Persian mosque

28 The mosque was built in 1663

29 More Mosques

30 Churches

31 This synagogue has a Torah that is 800 years old

32 Zoroastrian (The original Persian faith) fire temple

33 The underground

34 The old Iranian Parliament

35 The new Iranian Parliament

36 Tehran conference hall

37 The National Library

38 The National (Archaeological) Museum of Iran

39 Collections in the Museum

40 The Museum of Contemporary Art holds the largest collection of western art outside Europe and US, worth $3.0 billion

41 The jewellery Museum The world's most precious jewellery collection, holding the biggest pink diamond in the world. It is a must see!

42 The National Museum of Art

43 The Glass and Ceramic Museum

44 Qajar paintings (1792-1925)

45 Golestan Palace was built in the 16th century and renovated in the 18th century

46 The main palace hall

47 The throne room

48 The Hall of Mirrors

49 The Palace Museum

50 Avicenna Cultural Centre, named after a Persian physician and philosopher

51 Mowlana Cultural Centre, named after a Persian poet and philosopher

52 Tehran Symphony Orchestra

53 Cinema complex

54 Mall and shopping centres

55 A traditional restaurant

56 A restaurant with pre Islamic architecture

57 The world's largest revolving restaurant

58 Azadi sports complex with capacity of 100,000

59 Mount Damavand (Skiers call it " the Bride")

60 The cable car which starts from Tehran and ends in Tochal Ski Resort at 3900m. It is one of the longest and most scenic.

61 You can ski until the first day of summer

62 Rules seems to be more relaxed in the ski resorts

63 A popular dam outside the city

64 The memorial shelter of Kolak Chal at 3300m. Every break of the shelter wall represents a school in Iran

65 The disobliging youth

66 Nobel Peace Prize Winner Iran's car rally champion Woman making the headlines!

67 Bus driver Fire Fighters Woman doing a mans job!

68 Women's rights = Human right Campaigners

69 The 2009 presidential campaign

70 High school kids

71 Women in different sports

72 Popular movie stars

73 A fashion show (underground), by invitation only

74 This is how the young party at night. Don't ask why the faces are blacked out!

75 IRAN My Soul, My Heart, My Roots The paper says: It was always for us, it always be for us.


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