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Although indelibly illustrious, the millennia-long tale of Iran is, by and large, a sad one. Ravaged by invaders who threatened ...
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Monty Don paradise gardens
 In this series, Monty travels across the Islamic world and beyond in search of paradise gardens. The Koran, the ...
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persian-poetry
In 1909, two London bookbinders were commissioned to create a book that would become one of the most bedazzling the ...
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In the first part of Jonathan Swift’s book Gulliver’s Travels, Lemuel Gulliver washes ashore on the island country of Lilliput, ...
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Parties in Iran
Welcome to Iran: a country where everything is forbidden, but anything is possible. An insight into Iran’s illicit world of ...
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Tarof Explained (important knowledge for tourists!)
Taarof is a tradition specific to Perisan culture, literally meaning ‘to offer.’ All tourists should be aware of this cultural ...
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Iran’s answer to Uber
As we face the potential of a future London without Uber, let’s look at another place where Uber is also ...
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Women’s fashion in Iran
This article will address some of the questions that many British women ask us before they travel to Iran. What ...
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The Shadegan wetlands of south-west Iran cover about 400,000 hectares, making this the largest wetland area in the country. The ...
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