Photo Series: Autumn in Iran

Sources: ISNA I, ISNA II, ISNA III, IRNA I, IRNA II, IRNA III, Tasnim News Agency (TNA) I, TNA II, TNA III, TNA IV, TNA V, TNA VI, TNA VII, TNA VIII, TNA IX, Azad News Agency, Mehr News Agency (MNA) I, MNA II, MNA III, MNA IV, MNA V, asangardi.com, Fars News Agency

4 thoughts on “Photo Series: Autumn in Iran

  1. joerg hogrefe

    thanx for these wonderful pics, a few look like my home in the forests of northern germany . beautiful autumn colours

    Am 09.12.2017 7:21 nachm. schrieb “The other Iran” :

    > socialinform posted: ” Sources: ISNA I, ISNA II, ISNA III, IRNA I, IRNA > II, IRNA III, Tasnim News Agency (TNA) I, TNA II, TNA III, TNA IV, TNA V, > TNA VI, TNA VII, TNA VIII, TNA IX, Azad News Agency, Mehr News Agency (MNA) > I, MNA II, MNA III, MNA IV, MNA V, asangardi.com, Fa” >

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    1. socialinform Post author

      Happy that you liked it. There is of course also totally different nature in Iran. The north of Iran is full of forests, and most probably not unlike Germany, but in other parts you have also deserts and so on. Even though Iran is really much greener than Europeans would assume. For other nature photo galleries, just follow this link: https://theotheriran.com/tag/nature/ and scroll down. I hope you like it.
      Amir

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  2. Maik Limmer

    I just found this site by accident – and I´m happy I did.
    I´d been to your beautiful country recently, traveling by my own 4WD.
    I passed the Lut desert and also the mountain areas of the north, closed to the Caspian sea and the border to Aserbaidshan and many other parts of your country.
    And I want to say thank you!
    Thank you for the unbelieveble hospitality of the iranian people!
    Thank you for beeing so kind and helpful to a totaly stranger from Germany.
    Hope to see you again!
    Best regards and a peaceful life for all of you.
    Maik

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    1. socialinform Post author

      Hi Maik, thank you very much for all your kind words. I am very happy that you enjoyed Iran and Iranians and hope you will visit Iran again in the future.

      Thank you,
      Amir

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