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Digging Deep To Build The Tallest Hotel In Iran

kunc.org — Ebrahim Pourfaraj wants to build the biggest hotel in all of Iran. He's already started his project in the far north Tehran, a wealthy zone where the city climbs up the slopes of the snow-capped Alborz Mountains. You get out of the car, carefully stepping over the little mountain stream that flows in a channel beside the curb.
Feb 06, 2016

Perhaps the biggest of the big contruction craters in #Iran: Digging Deep To Build The Tallest Hotel In Iran tinyurl.com/hk62ojt

Iranians Remain Cautious After Lifting Of Some Western Sanctions

Iranians Remain Cautious After Lifting Of Some Western Sanctions

Iranians Remain Cautious After Lifting Of Some Western Sanctions

Digging Deep To Build The Tallest Hotel In Iran

news.wabe.org — Ebrahim Pourfaraj wants to build the biggest hotel in all of Iran. He's already started his project in the far north Tehran, a wealthy zone where the city climbs up the slopes of the snow-capped Alborz Mountains. You get out of the car, carefully stepping over the little mountain stream that flows in a channel beside the curb.

Digging Deep To Build The Tallest Hotel In Iran

wlrn.org — Ebrahim Pourfaraj wants to build the biggest hotel in all of Iran. He's already started his project in the far north Tehran, a wealthy zone where the city climbs up the slopes of the snow-capped Alborz Mountains. You get out of the car, carefully stepping over the little mountain stream that flows in a channel beside the curb.

Digging Deep To Build The Tallest Hotel In Iran

wfae.org — Ebrahim Pourfaraj wants to build the biggest hotel in all of Iran. He's already started his project in the far north Tehran, a wealthy zone where the city climbs up the slopes of the snow-capped Alborz Mountains. You get out of the car, carefully stepping over the little mountain stream that flows in a channel beside the curb.

Digging Deep To Build The Tallest Hotel In Iran

wesa.fm — Ebrahim Pourfaraj wants to build the biggest hotel in all of Iran. He's already started his project in the far north Tehran, a wealthy zone where the city climbs up the slopes of the snow-capped Alborz Mountains. You get out of the car, carefully stepping over the little mountain stream that flows in a channel beside the curb.

Digging Deep To Build The Tallest Hotel In Iran

kuow.org — Ebrahim Pourfaraj wants to build the biggest hotel in all of Iran. He's already started his project in the far north Tehran, a wealthy zone where the city climbs up the slopes of the snow-capped Alborz Mountains. You get out of the car, carefully stepping over the little mountain stream that flows in a channel beside the curb.

Digging Deep To Build The Tallest Hotel In Iran

kcur.org — Ebrahim Pourfaraj wants to build the biggest hotel in all of Iran. He's already started his project in the far north Tehran, a wealthy zone where the city climbs up the slopes of the snow-capped Alborz Mountains. You get out of the car, carefully stepping over the little mountain stream that flows in a channel beside the curb.
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Feb 06, 2016

One of the "walls of kindness" that have appeared during hard economic times in Iran. instagram.com/p/BBb1BK9S0mh/ @npr

Feb 06, 2016

Overheard in Tehran hotel: British businessmen analyze factors that could affect prospects here, from the Iranian calendar to US election.

Feb 06, 2016

Friday prayers, Shiraz, Iran. The sermon warned against "outside" influence in Iran's own gov't. instagram.com/p/BBbtUr5S0sc/

Feb 05, 2016

Spotted on baggage carousel after domestic flight in Iran: suitcase embossed with images of the Statue of Liberty and Staten Island Ferry.

Feb 05, 2016

RT @gregmyre1: Iranian businessmen are already betting big that the economy is primed to take off. twitter.com/NPRinskeep/sta…

Feb 05, 2016

Up shortly - the man who is building the biggest hotel in Iran. @MorningEdition @npr

Feb 05, 2016

Meet the man who wants to build the biggest hotel in Iran: n.pr/20L7bL0 @MorningEdition @npr

Feb 04, 2016

The Boeing 727, retired years ago by most airlines, is still in service here: instagram.com/p/BBYRXZHy0ok/ @MorningEdition @npr


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