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    • Baxter Jackson commented on this list

      Hey, Mohammad - bear in mind that the Persians don't like being grouped with the Arabs. Their sense of national identity is very strong and finding an Iranian who speaks Arabic is the exception rather than the rule. That being said, the population is young and highly educated to lots of them speak English and are very open to discussing just about anything you could throw at 'em. Oh, and the women are gorgeous :-)

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    • Baxter Jackson commented on this list

      Hey, Mohammed - the Den of Spies a.k.a, the American Embassy in Tehran is not to be missed. Not only was it the rallying point for the 1979 Iranian Revolution it also has some of the most enigmatic propaganda art in the city. The Statue of Liberty with the skull face is a particular standout but don't worry, the Iranian people are really a fun loving bunch and even as an American I was treated grandly. If befriend some of the locals, they're sure to invite you to one of their many underground parties. No nightclubs in Tehran but their 'gatherings' are off the hook!

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    • Taj Mahal AP HotelNo. 29, South Sheikh Bahai | Vanak Sq., Tehran, Iran