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Today ride a tram in the sun!

Today is a very beautiful day! It will be very nice to spend time outdoor. I remember that Philippe said that the “Tourist Tramway” begun to run again last Saturday. Philippe belongs to the society Amitram and will drive the… Continue reading →

Live Commentary for Wednesday 22 March 2017

This is the Live Commentary for Wednesday March the 22nd, 2017. Today is the 81st day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 284 days left till the end of the year. Today in history… On this day… Continue reading →

A flash of Genius: a Google Maps experiment

I am fond of walking. I don’t own a car and usually go around on foot or use public transport. If I need to go from the centre of Lille, where I live, to, say, Marcq en Baroeul (at a… Continue reading →

Isfahan: The Second Day

These are two other pictures of the tiled walls of Masjed-e Sheykh Lotfollah which was a private mosque for Safavid princes and princesses. And we ended our day with a bowl of “Ash Reshte”…

Isfahan in Two Days

Hi Everybody! I hope you enjoy these pictures as much as I did. What you see in them is the roof of a palace from Safavid Dynasty (about 400 years ago). The palace was actually a “harem” in the middle of… Continue reading →

Iran, Day 3 (Velenjak, Sizzling, Sangak)

This morning I went for a walk in Velenjak. My friend Hamid was kind enough to pick me up from my parents’ at 5:45 am. After passing through several highways (Tehran is zigzagged by several highways), we got to Velenjak… Continue reading →

Iran, Day 1

This is probably the worst time of the year to visit Tehran and the central and southern parts of Iran. I have arrived in the middle of a heatwave with the temperatures hitting 41 degrees centigrade today. (Low 28, High… Continue reading →

Visit Iran together with the spring wind…

Wonder whether to travel to Iran or not? Want to know what this country holds in store for you? Join the spring wind as it travels through every corner of this ancient land…

Here is something that shows Iranian society is changing, i.e. Iranian men with their wifes. What do you think?

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