Argentina In Tehran

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D. VERDU on July 18, 2009

esta foto muy bonita desde españa

--domingo--

Holger Bauer on July 18, 2009

Hi salehyar, a nice panorama of yours!!!!!!!!!!

My appreciation for your attention. Have a nice day.

Greetings from Germany Cheers pivatana

D. VERDU on July 18, 2009

muy bonita para mi .

Salehyar, gracies

por tu visitas.

desde españa.

---domingo----------

Majid Salehyar on July 19, 2009

Thanks all friends

YOu are all welcome

Majid

ANSTZA on July 19, 2009

A beautiful square. Nice catch.

Criss Cristina on July 19, 2009

A beautiful place.

My best regards from Brazil

Ruben Padilla on July 20, 2009

Hi Majid

Wonderful Place!

Thanks for your kind comments very grateful for your visit, Glad you like it! Have anice Day.

Greetings from MEXICO.

Rubén

愛 Sylvietsak 女 on July 25, 2009

My husband always comes before me...you know my time...so I find your photo very good even if you don't use fish eye...it looks like that or it is my impression??

Majid Salehyar on July 25, 2009

Anstza Thank you so much

Jhon you are welcome as usual

Criss thank you very much

Ruben thank you too

Sylvie You are late, cause Geo flies here by a Fighter jet.

:)

Majid

sugarbag1 on July 27, 2009

Hmmmmm another nice shot. I have a question Majid, where does this city get all its fresh water from and the water the gardens and water fountains above? Is it under ground water, or is it piped in a from a long way away.Some time back I saw a a very large pipeline being built in the Middle East and it was 100's of klms long and I think it went across a desert somewhere all under ground and the size of the pipe was about the size of a small bus and i also saw a photo of these concrete sections of pipe being transported to the site.One section on each truck. So do you know where that was or in what country.I believe it was real famous because it was such a huge project and gave life saving water to some of the thirstest places in the world when it was completed. Kind Regards,David in the south of Western Australia

Majid Salehyar on July 28, 2009

Dear David

Thanks for your question. Water of Tehran obtains from **Karaj Dam 40 Km far away from Tehran in west side.

And from Lar dam in eastern side of the City.

I know that near 40% of the water of Tehran obtains from local shafts. but the municipality of Tehran has its own small shafts for watering the grass and trees and also the fountains of the city.

But about that great pipe line, I know that for watering of Yazd city in the desert of Iran, the government built a great pope line to carry the water from far away from Zayandeh Rud river near Isfahan, but I have no more details about that... Maybe it is the same project you mentioned in your comment.

Majid

Oram Mirzaee on September 28, 2010

Likidam

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  • Uploaded on July 14, 2009
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    by Majid Salehyar
    • Camera: Nokia 6500s-1
    • Taken on 2009/07/15 06:47:56

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