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Postcard Perfect: Ceiling of the Charbagh Theological School in Iran

Postcard Perfect: Ceiling of the Charbagh Theological School in Iran April 13, 2012 | Postcard Perfect | Read More
This magnificent ceiling is located at the Charbagh Theological School in Isfahan, Iran. Once one of the largest cities in the world, Isfahan is still famous for its architecture, which includes mosques, covered bridges, palaces, and boulevards. Naghsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan is even a World Heritage...

Postcard Perfect: Hormoz Island, Persian Gulf, Iran

Postcard Perfect: Hormoz Island, Persian Gulf, Iran January 17, 2012 | Postcard Perfect | Read More
For many people, the Persian Gulf is undeniably attached to memories of the first Iraq war. But the beauty of the area is often overlooked due to its history, which encompasses thousands of years and many incredible civilizations. The photograph above was taken on Hormuz Island, which is one of the Iranian...

12 Incredible Cave Cities

12 Incredible Cave Cities September 8, 2011 | Featured | Read More
There were two recurring themes that surprised us while researching cave dwelling cultures from around the world: 1. Mongols. 2. George Lucas. Read on to see where we’re going with this. 1. Cappadocia, Turkey Image: Curious Expeditions/Flickr Image: sputnik 57/Flickr The Cappadocia region of central...

Heading to Iran? Dudes, don’t bring your bling.

Heading to Iran? Dudes, don’t bring your bling. June 27, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
Bad news fellas, if you’re planning a trip to Iran anytime soon, you’ll have to leave your necklaces at home. We know, we know, your bling is your hot, signature look, but Tehran’s moral police beg to differ. The Islamic regime has instituted yet another crackdown on “un-Islamic”...
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