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Iran Brain Bank  (photos)
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Iran Brain Bank (photos)

Iran Brain Bank is a unit under the supervision of Iran University of Medical Sciences and conducts researche in the field of human diseases of the nervous system. Currently, the Bank stores 40 brains. Four-hundred people have also registered to donate their brains.  

City Lights  (photos)
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City Lights (photos)

Although the days in the capital Tehran are bustling with crowds, air pollution, and chaos, the nights are another story. Not that the nights in Tehran are not crowded or polluted, but the darkness of the night draws a curtain over these bustling crowds. City lights become a motley of colors inn these bustles! Tehran’s nights, like its days, are bright, while they are not as dark as its days. Nights of Tehran are bright and lovely.  

Bam Citadel restored 14 years on (photos)
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Bam Citadel restored 14 years on (photos)

Bam Citadel is the world’s largest adobe structure in the world. It is in the city of Bam, Kerman Province, in southeastern Iran. Sadly, in 2003, the province was rattled by a deadly earthquake measuring 6.6 on the Richter scale, killing over 30 thousand people in the area. The Citadel suffered serious damages. Plans were drawn up to restore and reconstruct the Citadel and return it back to life in an exact replica.

Twelve years of insomnia (photos)
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Twelve years of insomnia (photos)

A young man of 28 who lives in Temchal village, near Astaneh Ashrafieh in Guilan Province, has been unable to go back to sleep for 12 years after spending a few hours in a coma. Ebrahim Ataei lives in northern Iran and has suffered from insomnia for the past 12 years. He has turned his misfortune into an opportunity to study and exercise. He has set two records in running.  

Daily life in Isfahan   (photos)
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Daily life in Isfahan (photos)

Isfahan is the center of a province with the same name and is Iran's second largest city and one of the main destinations of local and foreign tourists, and its numerous historical and artistic monuments have led it to being called the second most important cultural center in the Islamic world after Mecca.