Attendance of different spectrums of people in the lobby of the national museum of Iran, which was built as a symbol of nationalism and modernization during the previous regime (first Pahlavi). Like a painting
Two young girls are getting photos wearing at least hijab mandatory in the tomb of a famous Persian poet; Saadi. Domestic and foreign tourists visiting an ancient mosque in Shiraz.
A member of the team named sina , shaving his hair with the help of his friend before entering the race ring
The remains of Reza Shah's boots statue, which was installed in front of Mellat Palace as a symbol of the dictatorship of the previous regime after it was dismembered in the Islamic Revolution of 1357. Contrary to the prevailing thinking of the Islamic regime, many Iranian youth consider him as the father of modern Iran. And they shout his name in street demonstrations.
Abandoned equipment related to tourist guide at Bisotun (a historical complex remains from the prehistoric times to the Median, Achaemenid, Sassanian and Ilkhanid periods). Destruction
The destruction of wall paintings (belong to the Safavid dynasty from 1501 to 1736) in Chehel Sotoon palace that was destroyed by the Qajar kings (1789-1797). Iran Mall
Iran Mall is the biggest shopping and recreational place in Tehran, Iran. This center was constructed with major expenditure and it consists of an indoor Ice-Skating Rink, a well-equipped library, and an interior marketplace. It is known as a prominent icon by the Iranian government. TMoCA
The audience in the Minimalism and Conceptual Art exhibition in Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art.
Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, also known as TMoCA, is among the largest art museums in Tehran and Iran. It has collections of more than 3,000 items that include 19th and 20th century's world-class European and American paintings, prints, drawings and sculptures. This modern museum was built by order of the last queen of Iran Farah Pahlavi. Virtual Reality
Some tourists are watching Perspolis (one of the most ancient civilizations in the history) by VR glasses
After four decades from occurrence Islamic revolution of Iran and creating one of the most repressive regimes in the world, the young generation and the social middle class of Iran have independent identification from the defined values by the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran. This identification is inspired by major civilizations in prehistoric Iran and contemporary Western values; a profound paradox between beliefs and lifestyle of young people and suppressive government authorities. This suppression is exposed clearly in different aspects such as discrimination against Iranian women, compulsory hijab and noncompliance with the rights of sexual minorities.