Unlike the tidy, clean and organized supermarkets in the west, each shop in Tehran has its own special character. Shopkeepers uniquely decorate their shop and use every inch of their usually tiny space to store as many items as possible.
The photographs and description by Kamyar Adl. All pictures taken between 2006 and 2011.
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