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I must confess I usually avoid the Grand Bazar at all costs. It starts with its location, in one of the busiest parts of Tehran. Traffic is usually a mess with the highest number of motorbikes per square meter I’ve seen anywhere. They are everywhere. Some working as cheaper taxis can take two, three or […]
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Throughout the ages Budapest has witnessed the arrival and departure of many. Celts, Romans and Hungarians (who arrived in the 9th century) established their home in Budapest, still not a united city then. After the Mongols left a wake of destruction in their passing, the city prospered becoming a center for Renaissance Humanist culture in […]
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