Discussing his pictures of the Friday flea market in Darvazeh-Esfahan, the photographer, Kamran Heidari, says: “This is the only place that you feel life is going on. If you want to see the real Shiraz you have to see this place. [The touristic] Zandiyeh complex is always there to visit but this [flea market] is there only for three hours.”
The pictures are taken between 2008 and 2013.
Tehran street musicians play and sing for passers-by outside Paytakht Building, located at Mirdamad Avenue, Tehran.
Paytakht Building is a shopping centre for computer hardware and software in an upper-middle class neighbourhood in Tehran.
Evin is a neighbourhood in the north of Tehran. The pictures shown here are of the last remaining orchards and old houses in Evin. The traditional village of Evin is located between Daneshgah Square on the north and Evin Mosque on the south. Acacia Lane is the street with the stairs. Evin Prison is also located nearby.
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