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A 72-year-old man living in Iran, Tehran. His main job is to create and sell wooden statues.


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comment Is it possible to drink alcoholic beverages at Iranian ski resorts?
As far as no one in authority notices what you are drinking, you will be in no trouble.
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comment What to use instead of credit cards in Iran?
@littleadv It's always possible to get money from ATM with these cards. So the rest of money can be considered refundable.
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answered What to use instead of credit cards in Iran?
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comment What to use instead of credit cards in Iran?
@PeterHahndorf You are right, but my comment was mainly in response to the following comment which was removed by its owner: "All Iranian people carry a lot of money when shopping"
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comment What to use instead of credit cards in Iran?
@mouviciel I am Iranian, and neither I nor any of the people that I know are in the habit of carrying large amounts of money! FYI, we use credit cards!
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comment Travelling from Germany to Iran
I am not sure about the cost and feasibility, but one option would be to take a flight from Germany to the nearest city to the border in Turkey (say like Van). From there you can take a bus to the nearest city inside Iran (Urmia). Then you can take a flight from Urmia to Tehran. A little complicated but might be worth trying ;)
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comment Travelling from Germany to Iran
Which city are you heading first? Tehran?
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