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Iran Zamin Luxury High Rise - Tehran - Iran
Tehran

Iran Zamin Building with 320 luxury apartments is one of the best addresses in Tehran. It is in the North of Tehran and quite high for cooler, less humid summers and less polluted winters. This photgraph was taken in the autumn during my stay on the 19th floor. A week or two later it snowed. Already there was snow on the mountains to the North. You can just spot a snow covered peak to the left of Iran Zamin. The photographs were shot on Iran Zamin Street, the reason - I suppose - for the building being given the same name. Iran Zamin means Land of Iran (I'm told).

I should have mentioned that it is a gated residence with it's own extensive gardens, pool, gym, sports hall, ballroom and three or four levels of basement car park.

Copyright: Mark schuster
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Chargée: 28/07/2009
Mis à jour: 14/07/2014
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Tags: iran; tehran; iran-zamin
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