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Lunchtime in Esfahan

An Iranian family eats a traditional lunch at a restaurant in the Imam Square in Esfahan, Iran.

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Ruins of Persepolis

Iranians tour Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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Iranians tour Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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Iranians tour Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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Iranians tour Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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Ruins of Persepolis

Iranians tour Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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Ruins of Persepolis

Iranians tour Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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Iranians tour Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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The remains of columns at Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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The remains of columns at Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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The remains of columns at Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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Detail of a horse sculpture at Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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Iranian women tour the ruins of Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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Iranians tour the ruins of Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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The remains of a column at Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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Detail of a sculpture of a man’s face at Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. A tour guide said Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year (Navroz) in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday here.

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