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Erasmus blog Tehran

  • Palace hopping; Niavaran Palace and complex

    The thing about Tehran is that you never run out of Palaces and museums to visit. Given Tehran has been the capital city of Iran for a better part of 200 years; it is only natural that so many royal palaces have been constructed in it. So far I have covered the whole...

    0 by Saba, 5 months ago
  • Ist cafe

    Alright so  I know I'm in Malaysia but I have so many pending posts to write that it is crazily getting out of hand, so I'm trying to write and edit them one by one before every crucial detail slips out of my mind. I feel like I should have started a whole new blog, on...

    0 by Saba, 5 months ago
  • Nowrouz in Tehran

    Hey guys so today is a really special day and to avoid all confusions yes I am still in Kuala lumpur and I'm working on a lot of new contents, I'm so excited to share them with you guys! Anyways today is special because first of all it marks the official first day of...

    0 by Saba, 6 months ago
  • illy cafe (Rad cafe)

    Alright this is the second cafe we ended up on that day, almost right after we were done with the first cafe we decided to continue the hunt and find somewhere nice and new to have some coffee.  This blog post is probably going to be short as hell, probably the...

    1 by Saba, 6 months ago
  • Romance café

    I know you all are dying to know where I ended up that day so I have decided to stop torturing you guys and let you guys know how it turned out to be. Please let me have my moment, let me have this one. But anyways after much starvation, we ended up in romance café...

    0 by Saba, 6 months ago
  • A day in Tehran's oldest districts (Baharestan,Jomhouri)

    This day started out like any other day, I thought I was on my way to see a pretty building, visit some good cafes and have good café food and catch up with my friend. It turned out to be much more than that. I had such an amazing time, just walking around these...

    0 by Saba, 6 months ago
  • Tehran's good burger places: Rock burger

    Alright so there is this little burger place that I always passed by, almost everyday and I never got the chance to go and try it out. But a couple of days ago, right after my French class, oh yea I'm trying to learn French now, it's difficult by the way, some of you...

    0 by Saba, 7 months ago
  • School of ice climbing

    I feel like my blog has this summer vibe to it, time to change that up a little bit, I mean after all it is winter time now and winter time is one of the most beautiful times of the year here in Iran, as I'm sure it is in many other places too. But seriously winter time...

    0 by Saba, 7 months ago
  • Tehran’s top shopping centers

    Okay so I know most of you people don’t come to Tehran for shopping, I mean after all there are always better things to do in this megacity and when you’re a tourist sightseeing is always more important but the truth is somehow we all will end up in a shopping...

    0 by Saba, 8 months ago
  • The ebrat museum

    This will be a rather short post; remember how I said I checked out three museums on the same day, well this is the third museum that I did visit on that day. I almost wanted to not write a post on it because I seriously didn’t enjoy the museum much. Sure it does...

    0 by Saba, 8 months ago
  • National jewels museum

    Okay this next museum is by far the most astonishing, astounding and awe-inspiring museum I have ever been to. It is mind blowing to put it well. Literally when I came out of the museum I was like what’s life even for a few hours and then I got home and talked about...

    0 by Saba, 8 months ago
  • National communications museum of Iran

    Okay so the truth is this year I have sorta became a museum geek, I don’t even know how the transformation even happened but I'm glad it did. The thing is I never went to any museums before but there is something about Iran’s museums that makes you go back for more....

    0 by Saba, 8 months ago
  • Iran's palaces: The Saad Abad complex (pt.2)

    The green palace: Okay so I'm sure you all have been excitedly waiting for the second part, don’t burst my bubble please. For those of you who haven’t read the first part, here’s a link to check it out: ( http://bit.ly/2iN09Wy ). Now upon leaving the first palace...

    0 by Saba, 8 months ago
  • Iran's palaces: the Saad Abad complex (pt.1)

    The thing is every time I get to visit somewhere in Tehran, I decide on a new favorite place. I'm like okay this is my favorite place in Tehran and then I get to visit somewhere new and well it changes. This place that I'm going to write about is one of the most...

    0 by Saba, 8 months ago
  • Carpet museum of Iran

    When you mention the word “Persian” only two things come to mind, Persian cats and Persian carpets. That is of course putting aside the beautiful Persian girls. So there is no museum for Persian cats, sadly. But there is a museum of Persian carpets on display in...

    1 by Saba, 8 months ago
  • Ghazali cinematic town

    I'm not such a huge cinema geek. Sure I enjoy watching movies and shows but I wouldn’t call myself a cinema enthusiast, much less a Persian cinema enthusiast that would go to visit the set of some famous Persian movies. Movies that I have never even watched, (that I...

    0 by Saba, 8 months ago
  • Tabiat bridge (Pt.2)

    So I already talked about all the activities and the sights to see in these two parks and the famous bridge. (Check out part one of the story: http://bit.ly/2hkFYxO ). There only is one thing remaining and such an important thing frankly and that is the question of what...

    0 by Saba, 9 months ago
  • Tabiat bridge (Pt.1)

    Tabiat bridge which literally translates to the bridge of “nature” is one of Tehran’s hottest hang out spots and “must see” places. As it is the case in Iran, everything always goes back to architecture and architectural sites but this time it has nothing to...

    0 by Saba, 9 months ago
  • Tah dig restaurant, Tehran

    Food hunting is one of my hobbies, let it be elite and mind-blowingly expensive restaurants or street food, it doesn’t matter, as long it’s something new and of high quality. Food hunting is also one of the main past times in Iran . Let it be weekdays or weekends...

    0 by Saba, 9 months ago

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