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Bagh Almond
Iran

Here's almond orchards located in the village korejar or mahdiabadeardehal One of the Iranian religious villages .Peanut crop cultivation and animal husbandry in which the flowers are thriving.As you can see from the garden in the dead of winte and The first snow of winter heralds a good year in agriculture.Good news in this area is relatively dry for farming

Copyright: Farzad Najafi
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Uploaded: 12/01/2013
Updated: 11/08/2014
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