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Lavashak; Mouth-Watering Persian Fruit Roll-Up - Tourism news

Lavashak; Mouth-Watering Persian Fruit Roll-Up - Tourism newsTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Iranian fruit roll-ups are among the most popular snacks that please young and old alike....
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Lavashak; Mouth-Watering Persian Fruit Roll-Up - Tourism news

Lavashak; Mouth-Watering Persian Fruit Roll-Up - Tourism newsTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Iranian fruit roll-ups are among the most popular snacks that please young and old alike....
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Shotor Galu Mansion in Iran's Mahan - Tourism news

Shotor Galu Mansion in Iran's Mahan - Tourism newsTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Shotor Galou Mansion (Camel’s neck) which is located in the east of Mahan town is in the route of Vakil Abad aqueduct and is one of the most spectacular...
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The Ghasabe Qanats: One of The World's Oldest, Largest Networks of Qanats - Tourism news

The Ghasabe Qanats: One of The World's Oldest, Largest Networks of Qanats - Tourism newsTEHRAN (Tasnim) - The Qasabeh Qanat is an underground aqueduct in the city of Gonabad in eastern Iran, about which there are scary myths and stories that have long circul...
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The Ghasabe Qanats: One of The World's Oldest, Largest Networks of Qanats - Tourism news

The Ghasabe Qanats: One of The World's Oldest, Largest Networks of Qanats - Tourism newsTEHRAN (Tasnim) - The Qasabeh Qanat is an underground aqueduct in the city of Gonabad in eastern Iran, about which there are scary myths and stories that have long circul...
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The Ghasabe Qanats: One of The World's Oldest, Largest Networks of Qanats - Tourism news

The Ghasabe Qanats: One of The World's Oldest, Largest Networks of Qanats - Tourism newsTEHRAN (Tasnim) - The Qasabeh Qanat is an underground aqueduct in the city of Gonabad in eastern Iran, about which there are scary myths and stories that have long circul...
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The Ghasabe Qanats: One of The World's Oldest, Largest Networks of Qanats - Tourism news

The Ghasabe Qanats: One of The World's Oldest, Largest Networks of Qanats - Tourism newsTEHRAN (Tasnim) - The Qasabeh Qanat is an underground aqueduct in the city of Gonabad in eastern Iran, about which there are scary myths and stories that have long circul...
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The Ghasabe Qanats: One of The World's Oldest, Largest Networks of Qanats - Tourism news

The Ghasabe Qanats: One of The World's Oldest, Largest Networks of Qanats - Tourism newsTEHRAN (Tasnim) - The Qasabeh Qanat is an underground aqueduct in the city of Gonabad in eastern Iran, about which there are scary myths and stories that have long circul...
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The Jameh Mosque of Dezful First, Oldest Mosque Built in Dezful, Iran - Tourism news

The Jameh Mosque of Dezful First, Oldest Mosque Built in Dezful, Iran - Tourism newsTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Jameh Mosque of Dezful is the second important historical monument after the Ancient Dezful Bridge in Iran's southwestern province of Khuzestan....
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The Jameh Mosque of Dezful First, Oldest Mosque Built in Dezful, Iran - Tourism news

The Jameh Mosque of Dezful First, Oldest Mosque Built in Dezful, Iran - Tourism newsTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Jameh Mosque of Dezful is the second important historical monument after the Ancient Dezful Bridge in Iran's southwestern province of Khuzestan....
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The Jameh Mosque of Dezful First, Oldest Mosque Built in Dezful, Iran - Tourism news

The Jameh Mosque of Dezful First, Oldest Mosque Built in Dezful, Iran - Tourism newsTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Jameh Mosque of Dezful is the second important historical monument after the Ancient Dezful Bridge in Iran's southwestern province of Khuzestan....
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One of the most important things to remember is that Iranians aren’t Arabs, they’re Persian. They speak Farsi (and other dialects), not Arabic, and some people might feel offended if you great them with Arabic words.
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