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Iran has dominated headlines in recents weeks, following the temporary seizure of two U.S. Navy boats and their crews, the lifting of economic sanctions against the country as part of its nuclear deal with the Unites States and the release in a prisoner exchange of five Americans including the Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian.

As these controversies are turned into talking points on the presidential campaign trail, it’s easy to forget the complexity within Iran. The country is large — only slightly smaller than Alaska — with a population of more than 75 million people spread out among several ethnic groups.

Despite growing attention from U.S. tourists — 3,276 visited in 2014, nearly doubling figures from the year before, it is not the easiest destination for Americans. There is an approval process for a visa, visitors must travel with a guide, and the U.S. State Department has issued numerous travel warnings.

But that's no reason to ignore this deeply beautiful country.


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    The Great Bazaar of Isfahan.

    IMAGE: OLIVIER GOUJON/ROBERT HARDING/CORBIS
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    The Shah-e Cheragh Sanctuary in Shiraz.

    IMAGE: JOSE FUSTE RAGA/CORBIS
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    14 Nov 2006, Ardabil, Iran --- Dome Interior at the Mausoleum of Sheikh Safi-ad-din Arbabili --- Image by © Kazuyoshi Nomachi/Corbis

    IMAGE: KAZUYOSHI NOMACHI/CORBIS
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    A man weaves silk on a handloom in Yazd.

    IMAGE: KAZUYOSHI NOMACHI/CORBIS
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    Alpine touring skiers climbing the Haftanan in the Zagros Mountains.

    IMAGE: JEAN HEINTZ/HEMIS/CORBIS
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    Tilework at Nasir al-Molk Mosque in Shiraz--- Image by © Kazuyoshi Nomachi/Corbis

    IMAGE: KAZUYOSHI NOMACHI/CORBIS
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    A view of Iran's southern coastline

    IMAGE: FRANS LEMMENS/CORBIS
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    A tea house in Kerman.

    IMAGE: BRUNO MORANDI/HEMIS/CORBIS
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    The Friday mosque in Esfahan, Iran

    IMAGE: STEPHEN ALVAREZ/NATIONAL GEOGOGRAPHIC/CORBIS
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    The Great Bazaar of Isfahan.

    IMAGE: OLIVIER GOUJON/ROBERT HARDING/CORBIS
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    Women perform their Friday prayer at the Imam mosque in Isfahan.

    IMAGE: ALI HAMED HAGHDOUST/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE/CORBIS
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    The Old Kurdish Village Of Palangan.

    IMAGE: ERIC LAFFORGUE/ARABIANEYE/CORBIS
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    The Shah-e Cheragh Sanctuary in Shiraz.

    IMAGE: JOSE FUSTE RAGA/CORBIS
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    The Persepolis ruins near Shiraz. Iran.

    IMAGE: MATTHIEU PALEY/CORBIS
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    Women pray during the Eid al-Fitr prayer in Tehran.

    IMAGE: EBRAHIM NOROOZI/AP
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    A parakeet awaits customers in order to choose a "fortune" outside of the beloved Iranian poet Hafez's tomb in Shiraz.

    IMAGE: JOHN MOORE/GETTY
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    An interior of the Golestan Palace in Tehran.

    IMAGE: JOSE FUSTE RAGA/CORBIS
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    The Sultan Mir Ahmad Bathhouse in Kashan .

    IMAGE: JOSE FUSTE RAGA/CORBIS
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    Skiers are reflected in the goggles of another skiier at Dizin Ski Resort north of Tehran.

    IMAGE: EBRAHIM NOROOZI/AP
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    People walk on the Khajou Bridge in Tehran.

    IMAGE: BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP/GETTY
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    An Iranian-Armenian choir sings religious songs during a week-end mass at the Saint Stepanos church in the Julfa neighborhood of Isfahan. Julfa neighbourhood is where the biggest Armenian community in Iran resides

    IMAGE: BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP/GETTY
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    A tourist takes pictures inside Vank Cathedral in Isfahan.

    IMAGE: BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP/GETTY
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    A family rides a motorcycle past the Amir Chakhmaq Hosseinieh worship site, one of the largest such structures in Yazd.

    IMAGE: JOHN MOORE/GETTY
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    A relief sculpture of a sphinx on a balustrade of the Tripylon in Persepolis.

    IMAGE: AZUYOSHI NOMACHI/CORBIS
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    The Azadi Tower in Tehran.

    IMAGE: SERGIO PITAMITZ/ROBERTHARDING/CORBIS
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    The anccient city of Bam.

    IMAGE: GEORGE STEINMETZ/CORBIS
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    Men in a hookah lounge in Esfahan, Iran.

    IMAGE: FRANS LANTING/CORBIS
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    A woman walks down the grand stairway of Persepolis.http://mashable.com/2016/01/28/the-beauty-of-iran/#ABDYnnYRzmqP


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