Iran - The End
Our later stop, Keshan was firstly disappointing because the new parts of the city have suffered from ugly and uncontrolled concrete urbanis
Iran Part V – Sleepless in Isfahan
Unfortunately, not much has survived to this day from this palace either due to time and damages but it is not difficult to picture what a w
Iran Part IV- Isfahan
The artworks were mostly damaged during the Kachars and the revolution. During the revolution, people took their anger and hatred against th
Iran Part III - On the Roads
Monday, 5 April 2010 Our entire day was spent on the highway. We came to Isfahan from Shiraz by car. The view consisted of very dry and...
Iran Part II - Persepolis
I don't know how much of what the guide was saying was true but in the same periods around the world, other religions had similarities.
Iran Part I
But one thing is for sure that instead of the Shah that they brought down, now the Ayatollah lives like a king and runs the country like an
Lebanon & Syria The End
Friday, 1 January 2010 It was difficult to wake to the day, the New Year with [...] conscious heavy pain in my heart. Starting a new year...
Lebanon & Syria Part VII
Thursday, 31 December 2009 [...] last day of [...] months without [...]. [...] start of the first year without [...]. Let's see if I will...
Lebanon & Syria Part VI
Wednesday, 30 December 2009 We started the day in Aleppo with heavy rain. So our first stop was the Aleppo Museum. The museum's curator...
Lebanon & Syria Part V
Tuesday, 29 December 2009 We didn't go to the Bedevin tent last night because we were feeling tired and lazy. We had a quick bite at the...