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Hip Tehran: Vali Asr Avenue
Tehran is hip. Really. For some, the city may conjure up images of stern-faced clerics and women enveloped in black chadors or demonstrators shaking their fists and yelling “Down with America” – or more recently “Down with the dictatorship”. For … Continue reading
Posted in Persian culture, Tehran Tagged hejab, Tajrish, Tandis, Vanak 12 Comments