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Anonymous asked: 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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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).

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).

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”.

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”.

Nafise Motlaq - Fathers & Daughters | LensCulture »

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.

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.