“We hope to enter a new period of prosperity in overall Korea-Iran relations”
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“We hope to enter a new period of prosperity in overall Korea-Iran relations”
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Says Amb. Shabestari of Iran at an interview with The Korea Post

By Publisher-Chairman Lee Kyung-sik with Editors Kevin Lee, Song Na-ra, Yeu Min-yul
 “The Islamic Republic of Iran has played a key role in providing energy to the Republic of Korea and during last 4 years tried to keep the bilateral relations in good conditions,” said Ambassador Saeed B. Shabestari of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Seoul.
Historically and traditionally, the Islamic Republic of Iran has been a very close economic partner of Korea, thanks, in great part, to the hard-working successive ambassadors, especially Ambassador Entezari as well as the incumbent.

 

In an exclusive interview with The Korea Post media, publisher of 3 English and 2 Korean-language news publications since 1985, Amb. Shabestari said, “It is my hope in the upcoming new era, under sagacity and leadership of His Excellency Mr. Yoon Suk-yeol, the existing problems will be resolved and we witness entering of new period of prosperity in the overall bilateral relations between the two countries.”
The followings are excerpts from an interview with Amb. Saeed B. Shabestari of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Seoul.

Question: Please introduce Your Excellency’s impression of the newly inaugurated President of the Republic of Korea, Yoon Suk-yeol.
Answer:
First of all, as Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the Republic of Korea, it is my pleasure to take this opportunity for an interview by the Korea Post. Before introducing my impression on newly inaugurated President of the Republic of Korea, Yoon Suk-yeol, I would like to express my congratulation for election as President of the Republic of Korea and also state that His Excellency Mr. Raisi, the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, had sent a congratulatory letter for election to His Excellency Mr.Yoon Suk-yeol, the President of the Republic of Korea.
The Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Korea share a history that dates back to 1,000 years to the Shilla Dynasty [57 B.C.-A.D. 935]”.

 

Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei

Iran and Korea established diplomatic relations in 1962.
Throughout all these years, the two countries have maintained strong and friendly relationship. The presence of Tehran Street in Gangnam district of Seoul, as well as Seoul Street in North of Tehran, are the symbol and remainder of that long friendship endured for more than half-century. During the last half-century, the two countries have forged a solid relationship and contributed to each other's economic development.

Unfortunately, after withdrawal of the former government of the United States from the international agreement that was endorsed by the Security Council resolution 2231 and unilateral and illegal sanctions imposed by the U.S. against the Islamic Republic of Iran, the economic and commercial ties between Iran and South Korea were seriously affected.
The Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Korea have maintained cordial relation beneficial for both nations, over the last few decades.  Nonetheless, the bilateral relations have become stagnated due to some obstacles and measures, in recent years.
I believe that with the new of government in South Korea, a special opportunity is provided to return back to the past era for relations between the two countries.
His Excellency Mr. Yoon Suk-yeol, the President of the Republic of Korea, has also mentioned Iran and energy in 110 key policies in the Middle East sector, which shows the keen attention of the new Korean government to Iran.

 

Former President Park’s schedule in Iran included a summit with former Iranian  President Hassan Rouhani(right) as well as economic and cultural events on May 4, 2016.
Former President Park’s schedule in Iran included a summit with former Iranian  President Hassan Rouhani(right) as well as economic and cultural events on May 4, 2016.

Q: Please introduce the latest developments in your esteemed country.
A:
Forty-three years have passed since the victory of the Iranian Islamic Revolution, and during this period, the pace of scientific achievements in Iran has accelerated 11 times that of the world.
Unilateral and illegal US sanctions made us to achieve self-confidence and self-sufficiency in most fields. Today, we have progressed in almost all fields. During the last two years, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we were able to open the production line of medicine, COVID-19 vaccine, oxygen delivery device, isolation clothes and the production line of the immediate corona diagnosis kit.
Relying on its indigenous talents and youths, the Islamic Republic of Iran has taken giant strides in developing new technologies in different fields such as Nano technologies, especially in Nano health products. Iran has so far domestically manufactured 35 Nano health products. Iranian knowledge-based companies have turned Iran into a regional forerunner in the field of stem cells and regenerative medicines.

 

President Ebrahim Raisi of Iran
President Ebrahim Raisi of Iran

Iran also is one of 25 top countries in brain implants. Iran has made a huge leap forward in space science and technologies that domestically-manufactured rockets will carry two new Iranian satellites into orbit in March of this year. Our expertise in space research and technology is world-class, as our domestically produced rockets can carry satellites into orbit.
Iran’s space industry is one of the top 10 countries in the world. So are stem cells. We have made good progress in the aviation industry and satellite manufacturing. In addition, Iran is also home to some 1 million tourist attractions from the ancient Persian and Zoroastrian civilizations.
Located between the East and West, Iran was home to various cultural and commercial interactions that took place in our pre-modern history, which left indelible marks on our land. I recommend our Korean and international friends to visit Persepolis, Isfahan, Golestan Palace in Tehran, Dizin ski resort and Tabriz Grand Bazaar, among other places.

 

President Hassan Rouhani and his South Korean counterpart Park Geun-hye attend a meeting of high-ranking delegations of Iran and South Korea in Tehran on May 2, 2016.
President Hassan Rouhani and his South Korean counterpart Park Geun-hye attend a meeting of high-ranking delegations of Iran and South Korea in Tehran on May 2, 2016.

Q: Please introduce the Head of Government of your Excellency’s wonderful country in detail, including major achievements.
A:
Before introducing the Honorable President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, it is necessary to have brief look at the Islamic Republic of Iran’s political structure. Political system of Iran is Republican. The president is elected through election by direct vote for four-year term. The president is the head of the executive power. The national assembly (Majlis of Islamic consultative) and the judicial powers of Iran are two other governmental bodies responsible for running the country along with the executive power. These governmental institutions are supported by the supervision and guidance of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of Iran.
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi is the eighth and current president of Iran since 3 August 2021, since election to the presidency in 2021. President Raisi has served in several positions in Iran's judicial system, such as Deputy Chief Justice (20042014), Attorney General (20142016), and Chief Justice (20192021). He was also Prosecutor and Deputy Prosecutor of Tehran in the 1980s and 1990s. He was Custodian and Chairman of Astan Quds Razavi, a bonyad, from 2016 until 2019.  He is  member of Assembly of Experts from South Khorasan Province, being elected for the first time in the 2006 election.

 

Ambassador Saeed Badamchi Shabestari of Iran in Seoul (right) is interviewed by Publisher-Chairman Lee Kyung-sik of The Korea Post media, publisher of 3 English and 2 Korean media outlets.
Ambassador Saeed Badamchi Shabestari of Iran in Seoul (right) is interviewed by Publisher-Chairman Lee Kyung-sik of The Korea Post media, publisher of 3 English and 2 Korean media outlets.

When His Excellency Mr. Raisi was appointed as the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Iran was involved in the Covid-19 pandemic and more than 700 people were dying every day. The president listed the general vaccination of the country and the import of corona vaccine as well as anti-inflation as his domestic priorities and strengthening relations with neighbors as a foreign policy priority.
During the Raisi’s presidency epoch, we have witnessed Iran’s closer approach to foreign policy in relationship with its neighboring countries. From the beginning of Raisi’s presidency, the government of Iran has adopted a constructive and peaceful approach to its bilateral relations relying on mutual respect via assigning of H.E Dr. Amir Abdollahian as Honorable Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran.
The most important achievements of the President Raisi, are as follow:
President Raisi Joined the Sixth Summit of the Caspian Sea Littoral States in Turkmenistan
Cooperation of Iran and Russia in the field of energy, including swaps
President Raisi Joined the virtual summit of BRICS+ leaders
Unveiling ceremony of all-rail transit ceremony of Kazakhstan's first container train from Iran
President of the Islamic Republic of Iran visit Oman in May 2022
President of the Islamic Republic of Iran visit Qatar March 2022

 

Ambassador Saeed Badamchi Shabestari of Iran in Seoul
Ambassador Saeed Badamchi Shabestari of Iran in Seoul

President of Tajikistan visit Iran in May 2022
President Raisi’s visit to Tajikistan to participate in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit
President's Raisi’s trip to Turkmenistan to participate in the summit of ECO Economic Cooperation Organization
The procedure of Iran's membership in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization has started
President of the Islamic Republic of Iran visit to Russia
Executive to the 25-year Cooperation Program or Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between I.R. Iran, P.R. China
President Raisi’s participation in Joint 6th OPEC gas summit
The Emir of Qatar visit Iran in May 2022
The Iraqi Prime Minister visit to Iran in June 2022
President of Kazakhstan visit Iran, June 2022
President of the National Assembly of Armenia visit Iran in June 2022
President of Turkmenistan visit Iran in June 2022
Presidents of Venezuela visit Iran in June 2022
Presidents of Kazakhstan visit Iran
Signing of gas swap agreement between Iran, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan

 

Ambassador Saeed Badamchi Shabestari of Iran and Publisher Lee Kyung-sik of The Korea Post media (first and third from left, respectively) pose with the other members. They are Vice Chairperson Cho Kyung-hee of The Korea Post media and Shaghayegh Dost Haghighi, Third Secretary of the Embassy of Iran in Seoul(third and first from right).
Ambassador Saeed Badamchi Shabestari of Iran and Publisher Lee Kyung-sik of The Korea Post media (first and third from left, respectively) pose with the other members. They are Vice Chairperson Cho Kyung-hee of The Korea Post media and Shaghayegh Dost Haghighi, Third Secretary of the Embassy of Iran in Seoul(third and first from right).

Q: What is the present volume of bilateral trade, its outlook in the next 12 months?
A:
According to the last published official statistics the total trade volume between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Korea, in 2021 amounted to $183 million, which is insignificant compared to the trade capacity of the two countries.
Trade turnover between the two countries in 2017 - 2018 stood on $12.3 billion, respectively. It might be interesting that at a historical stage of bilateral trade relations in 2012, both countries experienced a prominent volume of trade of $14.7 billion. South Korea became Iran's second largest trading partner after China at that time.
As the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran engaging close ties with most main trade partners of both countries, would like mention that neither of them expected such a decline in bilateral trade in this new period of illegal sanctions.
The figures of 2021 are as follows:
Export from Korea to Iran: 177,537,000 USD
Import from Iran to Korea: 5,691,000 USD
The total trade volume between the Iran and Korea, in Jan-May 2022 amounted to $91,640 million.
Export from Korea to Iran: 85,733,000 USD
Import from Iran to Korea: 5,907,000 USD

From left, Ambassador Saeed Badamchi Shabestari of Iran in Seoul,  Vice Chairman Song Na-ra and Managing Editor Kevin Lee of The Korea Post.
From left, Ambassador Saeed Badamchi Shabestari of Iran in Seoul,  Vice Chairman Song Na-ra and Managing Editor Kevin Lee of The Korea Post.

Q: What are the areas in your country where you want Korean companies to invest and what are the areas where you wish your businessmen to invest in Korea?
A:
Iran is a vast country with an area of 1,648,000 square kilometers, rich in natural and human resources with population of about 82 million. Thirteen percent of the world's oil reserves and 18.2% of the world's proven natural gas reserves is located on Iranian territory. In other words, Iran is the second largest holder of hydrocarbons in the world.
Iran has a unique geostrategic and geopolitical position in the West Asia region. An important part of the Persian Gulf, a vital energy corridor of the world, lays within the sovereignty of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Iran is on the route connecting East -West, North - South Asia and plays an important role as Asia's transit corridor to Europe in time and expenses reduction. For Korean companies, there are countless economic opportunities.
There are numerous investment opportunities laying in my country for Korean conglomerates. As a bridge located in four-way link between Asia, the Middle East and Europe, with vast and varied mineral resources alongside cheap energy opportunities enjoying young and active population of 25 million, more than half of whom are college-educated, Islamic Republic of Iran has given golden opportunities to international capital owners to invest in deferent fields.

 

Seoul Street in Iran and Tehran Street in Seoul (left and right).
Seoul Street in Iran and Tehran Street in Seoul (left and right).

Investing and joint venture in diverse sectors of the basic, upstream and downstream industries in the oil, gas and petrochemical sectors; participation in large infrastructure and development projects, such as road, rail, shipping, automotive, power, agriculture, fisheries, medicine and medical equipment; constructing and equipping hospitals and hitch industries are just some of the areas in which Korean companies can invest.
In terms of tourism, according to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Iran is in the top five in the world in terms of natural attractions and in the top 10 in terms of historical attractions in the world. Iran has a 7,000-year civilization history. Territorial diversity and the presence of the four seasons made it possible for foreign tourists to choose Iran as their destination. By the last imposed sanctions the number of tourists who visited my country reached 5 million. According to the government's plan by 2025, the number of foreign tourists in Iran should reach 20 million. In this regard, I would like to declare that the Tourism Organization of our country is ready to cooperate with Korean companies in investing in this sector.
Another very favorable area for cooperation is the participation and investment of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the field of knowledge-based technologies and start-ups. The Islamic Republic of Iran has made remarkable progress in recent years in the area of knowledge production and the development of the knowledge economy. The pace of Iran's progress in this area can be traced statistically to the growth of the number of Iranian-based knowledge companies from 52 in 2014 to more than 3,500 in 2018.

 

Arg-e Bam, Bam, Iran
Arg-e Bam, Bam, Iran

Q: What are your competitive products and/or services attractive to Korea? Who are the companies of your country exporting their products to Korea?
A:
In connection with the Korean market for Iranian products, a wide range of agricultural products, such as pomegranates, strawberries, legumes sweet lime and different kinds of nuts, can be listed as Korea’s exportable items. In the field of industrial products, we can mention some items like marble, high quality ceramics, tales, steel, copper etc. Iran has made significant progress in the field of nanotechnology products in recent years too. You may be surprised to find out that the reliable and efficient masks available in the Chinese and South Korean markets to protect from new coronary artery disease in the East Asian region are made by using Iranian native nanotechnology, mineral items, and handicrafts such as Persian carpet.

 

Tomb of Cyrus the Great
Tomb of Cyrus the Great

Q: What are the Korean products and services that your country might wish to import?
A:
If we put the energy field aside, Korean companies have superiority over Iranian companies because of advanced hi-tech technological advantages. If the conditions change and trade relations between the two countries improve, the Islamic Republic of Iran can be a very good market for Korean-made goods. Korean goods in Iran are very well-known.
Of course, the situation in Iran is changing rapidly. Today’s world is a world of competition. We cannot tell the Iranian people to wait for Korean goods. Conditions in the Iranian market are changing rapidly for Korea’s competitors. I have repeatedly warned the Korean counterparts of this situation. Our people say “we have money in Korean Banks and would like to benefit from it in bilateral trade”. In connection with the Korean market for Iranian products, a wide range of agricultural products, such as pomegranates, strawberries, legumes and nuts, can be listed as Korea’s exportable items. In the field of industrial products, Iran has made significant progress in the field of nanotechnology products in recent years. You may be surprised to find out that the reliable and efficient masks available in the Chinese and South Korean markets to protect from new coronary artery disease in the East Asian region are made by using Iranian native nanotechnology.

 

Golestan Palace, Tehran, Iran
Golestan Palace, Tehran, Iran

Q: Who are the major Korean companies actively engaged in bilateral economic cooperation?
A:
As mentioned, economic cooperation has an important role in bilateral relations. The Islamic Republic of Iran and The Republic of Korea also are not exceptional. The Republic of Korea is one of the advanced economies in the Northeast Asia region which has had special role in Iran's economic development. The Islamic Republic of Iran has always embraced Korean companies and SMEs with open arms.
On the other hand, a significant necessity for rapid economic growth of the Republic of Korea has been achieved through Iran’s energy resources such as crude oil and natural gas and condensates. There has also been a strong economic bond between the public and private sectors of two countries. I would like to reiterate that in recent years, large Korean companies have been able to gain a good and even competitive position in the 80 million Iranian market which could be extended to 800 million market if the central Asian and Middle East countries included. Regarding your question about the successful Korean companies in my country, indeed in current situation, I would rather not name them.

 

Azadi Tower
Azadi Tower

Q: Korean people, especially the up-and-coming Korean businessmen need rest and recuperation. What are your tourist attractions?
A:
Iran or Persia is long known as one of the oldest and pre-historic lands in the world. Geographically it is located in a region known as the Cradle of Civilization, the Middle East. Given Iran has been situated in the juncture of the West and the East, and along the pathway of peoples of different tribes and nations, there still remain footprints of different cultures and civilizations who once plied across this vast land of the Zoroaster.
The tourist attractions in Iran are undoubtedly among the most attractive in the world. Iran has diverse cultures and civilizations which have grown and evolved within Iran throughout the long history. Due to its historical background and sustainable social and Cultural Revolution, Iran has a lot of interesting sights that satisfy tourists with different tastes. Iran is a land of four seasons due to its special geographical location. Four seasons in the sense that at any time of the year you can travel to one of the cities of Iran to witness a different climate. In winter, there are cities in Iran that have a summer climate. In winter, you can enjoy winter games at Dizin Ski Resort, the largest ski resort in the Middle East, and at the same time witness the spring weather on Kish Island, which is why it is a beautiful and spectacular destination for tourists. According to the Ministry of Tourism of the Islamic Republic of Iran, more than 8 million foreign tourists visited Iran in 2019.

 

Milad Tower
Milad Tower

Iran is one of the top 5 countries in the world in terms of climate and biodiversity and is among the top 10 countries in the world in terms of history and culture. Historical monuments, which belong to the different periods of human settlement in the plateau of Iran, along with diverse natural, coastal, mountainous, and nomadic landscapes, make a coordinated and attractive combination for every tourist. The existing historical monuments in Shiraz, Isfahan, Hamadan, Kerman, Mashhad, Tabriz, Yazd, Tehran and many other cities are incentives enough for visiting this country. Every traveler who travels to Iran with any motivation can find the desired sights in Iran according to their goals, tastes, and plans. Iran is an attractive, safe, cheap, and convenient country for tourists. Now there are one million historical and tourist sites in Iran.  Here are some of the famous tourist attractions in Iran I introduce: 
The Persepolis: Founded by Darius 1 in 518 B.C, the Persepolis was the capital of the Achaemenid Empire.
MeidanEmam, (Imam Square) Isfahan: It is easy to spend an entire day meandering in MeidanEmam, alternating between marveling at jaw-dropping architecture and haggling with business-savvy bazaar keepers
The Gate of National Garden: This magnificent brick gate, decorated with colorful tiles and multiple inscriptions is one of old symbols of Tehran built based on direct order of Reza Shah by Jafar Khan Kashani and Germans cooperation in a mixture of IranianEuropean architectural styles especially of tile works and KolahFarangi in Qajar era between 1301 to 1304 SH.

 

ChehelSotoun
ChehelSotoun

Median-e Naqsh-e Jahan: Built by Shah Abbas I the Great at the beginning of the 17th century, and bordered on all sides by monumental buildings linked by a series of two-storied arcades.
Bam and its Cultural Landscape: Bam is situated in a desert environment on the southern edge of the Iranian high plateau. The origins of Bam can be traced back to the Achaemenid period (6th to 4th Century BC).
Pasargadae: Parsargade was the first dynastic capital of the Achaemenid Empire, founded by Cyrus II the Great, in Pars, homeland of the Persians, in the 6th century BC.
Golestan Palace: One of the oldest historic monuments in the city of Tehran, and of world heritage status belongs to a group of royal buildings that were once enclosed within the mud-thatched walls of Tehran's arg (citadel).
Azadi Tower: Azadi tower on the campus of Azadi square with HosseinAmanat design and implementation has been built during the Pahlavi era (1349 Hijri).
Milad Tower: MiladTower, a great complex including various parts of technical and cultural varied structures is one of the unmatched tourism centers in Iran.
ChehelSotoun: ChehelSotoun (literally translated: Forty Columns) is a palace in the middle of 67000 square-meter garden of Jahan-Nama at the far end of a long pool, in Isfahan.
Nasir al-Mulk Mosque: Nasir al-Mulk Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in the Goud-e-Araban district close to the famous Shah Cheragh Mosque in Shiraz.
Ski resort of Dizin: Dizin is the largest Iranian ski resort located in the Alborz mountain ranges 70 km North of Tehran.
Tabriz Historical Bazaar Complex: Tabriz has always been an important commercial center due to its strategic location along the Silk Road..
Sheikh Safi al-din Khanegah and Shrine Ensemble in Ardabil:
This shrine ensemble located in the northwestern city of Ardabil joined UNESCO in 2010.
 

Nasir al-Mulk Mosque
Nasir al-Mulk Mosque

Q: What are the most important festive days in your country? Please elaborate.
A:
Iran is a beautiful country with a unique ancient civilization and culture that has its own beautiful customs.
 
Q: Do you have a Korean Honorary Consul and/or Honorary Consul General? If yes, how are they contributing to the promotion of cooperation and friendship between the two countries?
A:
The Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran does not have an honorary consul or consul in South Korea. Economic and business relations are handled by the Embassy’s economic experts. Currently, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Iran and South Korea are pursuing bilateral trade affairs within the framework of the Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines of Iran.

 

Tabriz Grand Bazar – Persian carpet market
Tabriz Grand Bazar – Persian carpet market

Q: You’re Excellency as the Ambassador of Iran performs the important role of a bridge between Iran and Korea. Please introduce yourself in detail, including your career, family and hobbies?
A:
First of all, I would like to express my pleasure for the opportunity to interview with the Korea Post. I wish it could have made earlier and appreciate for arranging this interview.
I started my mission in South Korea as the Ambassador of Islamic Republic of Iran from October 2018. On 1988 as the Expert, Persian Gulf Affairs Division I, I started my career in ministry of foreign affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran as the political expert. Then from 1997 focusing on Eastern and Northeastern Asian countries, I have been involved in all aspects of bilateral relations at various missions mainly in China (two terms 1997-2001 & 2007-2010) in this region. I have also been to Saudi Arabia for my first mission from 1991 to 1994. I am married and have three daughters who are studying in Iran.
 

Tabriz Grand Bazar – Persian carpet market
Tabriz Grand Bazar – Persian carpet market

Q: Please add whatever other details that you might consider to be important.
A:
Relations between the people of Iran and Korea have an ancient history. This background can be traced back to the position of the Sheila Empire in Persian Kushnameh.
At the present time, the naming of two beautiful and important streets of Tehran and Seoul in the capitals of the two countries expresses the interest and connection of the hearts of the people of Iran and Korea to each other.
This year (2022) is being the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relation between I.R of Iran and Republic of Korea. Iran has always strived to play a constructive role in the context of mutual respect and peaceful coexistence with South Korea’s friendly country, taking into account its position.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has always been one of the most stable and reliable sources of energy. In other words, the engine of South Korea’s economy and witnessed the continued supply of oil to the country during the oil crisis of the 1970s.

 

 Sheikh Safi al-din Khanegah and Shrine Ensemble, Ardabil, Iran
 Sheikh Safi al-din Khanegah and Shrine Ensemble, Ardabil, Iran

As the United States withdrew from its nuclear deal with the five Security Council members and Germany (P5+1), the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and violated UN resolution 2231, in May 2018 and started a new round of unilateral and economic sanctions against Iran, it seems that South Korea is committed itself to fully adhering to U.S. guidelines. The adoption of this policy by Koreans has significantly reduced trade cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran and put negative effect to these historical relations.
Anyway, as the ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran, it is my duty to convey to our Korean friends the message of friendship between the Iranian government and the nation.
The Iranian market is still ready to accept the capital of Korean companies and their products. Time is limited and our Korean friends are losing their further opportunities in Iran. I’m sure if the Korean companies would reconsider their approaches to working with Iran, the Iranian counterparts would welcome them.

MeidanEmam, (Imam Square) Isfahan
MeidanEmam, (Imam Square) Isfahan
The Gate of National Garden
The Gate of National Garden
Gate of Nations- at the Persepolis – Shiraz- Iran
Gate of Nations- at the Persepolis – Shiraz- Iran

 


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