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Mirdamad Street, in front of Capital Computer Center
Tehran

This panorama is taken in Mirdamad Street near Valiasr St. In the panorama you can see Capital Computer Center, which is probably the most famous place in Tehran (and probably Iran) to buy digitally devices (Laptops, Digital Cameras, Memories, Printers & Scanners, Software, ...).

In front or Capital Computer Center you can see Eskan Apartments.

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Copyright: Payam Rahmani
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6500x3250
送信日: 27/05/2009
更新日: 03/10/2014
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Tags: iran; tehran; mirdamad; valiasr; computer; capital; center; eskan; apartments
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