Thank you for this blog. Just, thank you. I've had an awful day at school because this really stupid girl asked me if because I was Iranian I knew people who were terrorists and if we lived in hits there and I just. People are stupid and ignorant and this blog just made me happy to think of home. Thank you :) x (I like the 't' symbol as a smiley it was a really nice touch!) :) Have a good day x
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I’m tired. Graffiti by Nafir.
That is the logo of @tehranmunicipal . It seems graffiti artists hate the Mayor of #Tehran Qalibaf (maybe because of his extremist ideas and gender separations in the city or para-military backgrounds).
People who lived the 1 million signatures for equal rights of women in Iran, tweeting their feeling and ideas after 8 ye…
Mohammad Domiri, a talented architectural photographer from northern Iran, takes stunning photos of grandiose mosque architecture throughout the Middle East. Middle Eastern architecture is often recognized by its elegantly curved arches and spiraling columns, which feature heavily throughout Domiri’s photos.
Graffiti in Tehran about the yesterdays Iran140 airplane crash; almost all the passengers died. via https://twitter.com/nima
State claims “Embargo against Iran is helping us! We are creating everything ourselves”.
This is a series of portraits of Iranian fathers & daughters in different social classes in Tehran and other cities following by a short statement in caption.
IMO this is a more balanced collection than those stupid “Youth of Iran” series you see full of semi naked, cigarette smoking, alcohol drinking girls. This gives you a better understanding of Iranian Fathers and Daughters.
This is the middle of “Tehran-Northern Iran” road. Tehran residents participate in the madness of “going to the seaside” during the 4 days holiday. It is wiser to stay at #Tehran and enjoy the less crowded city.
Black Hang graffiti reads “based on article 92 of municipality law, writing on walls is a crime” with the stamps of Tehran hardliner mayor Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf.
Three cool girls are mocking Iran censors by holding a “Keep Going Censors” sign during a volleyball match in Italy (literally reads “don’t be tired censor”).
Iran state does not allow women to enter the sport stadiums in Iran and censors the broadcast of “live” matches in case of any “non-islamic” scenes if the game is being played abroad. 100% of TV channels are controlled by the state.