by Darius Kadivar

I guess we all in our own right have our own personal souveniers of our home country since we left it and which shapes our views of the past as well as our hopes for it's future. Here are mine ... Or at least Best expressed in this song.    

"The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there" - Opening Sentence in L. P Hartley's Novel "The Go Between"

"A Country that Loses it's Poetic Vision is a Country that faces death" -Saul Bellow

Bloggers Note: Postcard of Gorgan an Iranian Province and Not Tehran as in the song but who cares ? Rêvons un peu !... ;0)

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Thank you, DK

by dhhcfo on

What a fantastic journey to our glorious days.  The music and pictures goes like hand and glove.  Thank you, DK.  Zendeh bashi.

Joan ValaNejad

Ah, sweet nostalgia...

by Joan ValaNejad on

Thank you DK.

Sargord Pirouz

That video brings back

by Sargord Pirouz on

That video brings back memories for me, as well. (I posted a link to it on a past comment here at IC a few weeks back.)

Ali P.

Progress everywhere...

by Ali P. on

From female officer candidates of the Naval Academy....

to the stoning of Sakineh Ashtiani.


You're right. "Who cares?"

by comrade on

Thanks for the beautiful video about Northern Tehran.


Iran Paidar

Dear DK, Thank you

by Iran Paidar on

Brought me a lot of beautiful memories.

Red Wine


by Red Wine on


خیلی‌ قشنگ نوشتی‌ و خیلی‌ قشنگ بود ویدئو.یاد آن روز‌های طلایی به خیر !

پاینده باشی‌ داریوش جان.