Source: Iran Review
There are numerous ways and alternatives to draw a real picture of a country and to demonstrate its real state, but one of the most effective ones is to show its people’s daily life, not just via the news lines or news websites but by observing the lives, difficulties, problems, efforts, smiles and joy, and cries and pains of its ordinary people from all walks of life. Iran is no exception here. The process becomes more exciting when the foreign tourists register the real events of a society with their camera and we can see them through their eyes.
Below you can find the link to a video that Sanji & Fiona Gunasekara from Wellington New Zealand have put together from the photographs of their visit to Iran and have kindly sent it to Iran Review in order to show Iran’s diversity and rich cultural heritage.
Sanji & Fiona Gunasekara believe: “There is a woeful misperception about Iran in many Western countries including New Zealand. We believe that one way to counter these myths is by sharing travel experiences of visitors that have actually experienced Iran for themselves.”
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