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Shanty Town in Tehran

Socioeconomic conditions in Iran, and Tehran in particular, are declining at a rapid rate. The country is home to high unemployment rates, dire poverty, rising inflation, and an unsustainably low minimum wage.

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The night of Ghadr

Millions of people across Iran have observed the Laylat al-Qadr (the Night of Destiny), which represents a great chance for Muslims during the holy fasting month of Ramadan to purify their souls and further focus on the spiritual aspects of life.

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Largest Metro Systems You Want to Visit

Paris Metro With one of the densest metro systems in the world, Paris has 303 stations dotting 133 miles of underground. The Paris Métro opened in 1900 – the 5th oldest metro system in the world. It’s stations spread over 214 km (133 mi) and over 1.5 billion riders enjoying fast and reliable transportation every year.

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Women of the Israel Army

Israeli women play a vital role in the Israeli Armed Forces.All citizens are drafted at the age of 18, the guys are required to complete 3 years of service and the women 2 years.Women may be exempted if they are married, pregnant, or are mothers. A woman may also chose not to serve if she feels it conflicts with her ...

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Coffee Shops in Traditional House in Iran

Old buildings, palaces, as well as monumental streets or museum objects are not the sole articles in a country’s history which can make up that country’s cultural heritage. Café confectioneries are also among “sweet” heritage of every country. The history of confectionery business in Iran has not been well documented. However, before new confectioneries became famous and established in Tehran, ...

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