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A GoNOMAD Photo Gallery -- Page two

Shiraz, Esfahan and Tehran




Dancing on the bus...closing up the curtains and dancing with joy. Photos by Max Hartshorne.
Dancing on the bus... closing the curtains and dancing with joy.
Photos by Max Hartshorne.



A happy couple next to the Palace of Forty Columns in Esfahan.

A happy couple next to the Palace of Forty Columns in Esfahan.

 

Picnicking is an Iranian tradition...here a family sets out their food right next to a highway toll plaza outside of Tehran.

Picnicking is an Iranian tradition...here a family sets out their food right next to a highway toll plaza outside of Tehran.


Street scene in Shiraz...all over Iran you see fountains and monuments. It's very beautiful.

Street scene in Shiraz...all over Iran you see fountains and monuments.
It's very beautiful.



 

Street scene in Shiraz, Iran.

Street scene in Shiraz, Iran.


Men waiting in line for porridge on a Shiraz street.

Men waiting in line for breakfast porridge on a Shiraz street

Bread vendor in Tehran. Bread like this is cooked on the sides of a hot oven and costs about 60 cents a loaf.
Bread vendor in Tehran. Bread like this is cooked on the sides of a hot oven
and costs about 60 cents a loaf.

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