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This is a traditional Persian tea House. There is no added colour, the rainbow colours you see is the effect of sun through those coloured windows not only for cosmetic purposes but they also attract mosquitos away. All Tile works, mosaics and and lighting are hand made and date back to 560 years back.
Daraband Quarter, Tehran, Iran .Unit, one of the neighborhoods of Tehran, capital of Iran. Unit of old villages in the north garden shemiran is SAADABAD. Cool and Tourism Tehran is locked in neighborhood areas. The first option is based on surveys conducted in prison in Tehran and other cities to host foreign guests and then Fasham, Lavasan and are Darake.
Iranians love foreigners and when you visit their country, locals will talk to you anytime they find the opportunity. Most conversations even follow with an invite to their homes. Or, if you are as lucky as I was, you may be even invited to an Iranian wedding. If this happens to you, be ready to say yes! Attending an Islamic wedding in Iran was definitely one of the highlights of my trip.