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Expats Launch Online Portal on STD Education

From: Financial Tribune

A group of 40 Iranian physicians, nurses, and social activists living and studying abroad has recently launched an educational website (under a project named Ctrl+S) which provides information to Iranians in preventing and controlling sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and infections.

Culture

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‘A Gallery as Big as a City’ in Tehran

From: zibasazi.ir

IFP: Reproductions of art classics, including Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper, Michelangelo’s Tomb of Giuliano de’ Medici, Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s The Hunters in the Snow, and Adolph Gottlieb’s Red and Blue, José Clemente Orozco’s Zapatistas, and Georges Rouault’s Two Clowns,as well as various Iranian artworks and ancient relics have been pasted on advertising

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On the Death of Parviz Kalantari, Iranian Painter and Illustrator

Parviz Kalantari’s Lost City

From: Honar Online
Translated By: Iran Front Page

Iranian Architecture Narrated by the Painter of Desert Landscapes
Parviz Kalantari: “I was asked what type of a city is an Iranian city. I replied, ‘A city with a poet sitting behind each one of its windows.’”

Homeland

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The Nomads of Arasbaran

From: Mehr News Agency

Arasbaran, a beautiful region of East Azerbaijan province, is seasonally home to about 23,500 nomads. They have preserved their traditional lifestyles, moving from one place to another in different seasons. In summer, they graze their livestock in the heights of the Arasbaran hills, moving down to the banks of the Aras River in winter.

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The Nomads of Arasbaran

From: Mehr News Agency

Arasbaran, a beautiful region of East Azerbaijan province, is seasonally home to about 23,500 nomads. They have preserved their traditional lifestyles, moving from one place to another in different seasons. In summer, they graze their livestock in the heights of the Arasbaran hills, moving down to the banks of the Aras River in winter.

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