Orthodox’s Retirement Village

Tehran, Mofateh Street, 2009/3/3

Orthodox's Retirement Village

Exif: Canon EOS 30D, Shutter Speed:1/200sec, Apreture:F/16, ISO:160 @ 33mm

Orthodox's Retirement Village

Exif: Canon EOS 30D, Shutter Speed:1/200sec, Apreture:F/14, ISO:160 @ 21mm

Orthodox's Retirement Village

Exif: Canon EOS 30D, Shutter Speed:1/200sec, Apreture:F/16, ISO:160 @ 17mm

~ by Amir on 7 March, 2009.

2 Responses to “Orthodox’s Retirement Village”

  1. Thanks for sharing this. Very few people in the world may guess there are thousands of Christians and Jews living in Iran who are well respected by most of the Iranian people (but maybe not very well by the government). There are more than 300,000 Christians and 25,000 Jews living peacefully in this country. Both Christianity and Judaism has had a long history in Iran. For those you are interested to know more, I strongly recommend you to have a look at these articles:

    Christianity in Iran
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christians_in_Iran

    History of the Jews in Iran
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_Iran

  2. I am so grateful for being able to see cities like Tehran through the city daily photo community. Thank you for posting. I loved listening to the violin music played by the man in the park. If you get a chance, go to our site in Greensboro NC, USA, scroll down on the right, and listen to the MP3 file of the Camp Creek Boys playing the violin. How different, yet how similar.

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