Rarely you can get to know the country better than through the eyes of its children. Cheerful, smiling, curious. Laughing, welcoming, active. Open and friendly – much like Iran itself, they are the country’s best shot at a better, brighter future.
1. On a day trip to one of the most beautiful Persian gardens – Fin Garden in Kashan.
2. Everyone wants to be in a photo – or at least to say hi.
3. Hiding in the multiple arcs and passways of Esfahan bridge – the best way to wind away the afternoon.
4. Traditional school uniform is not always convenient. But on major celebrations – it is a must.
5. Religious holidays make a great excuse to skip classes.
6. Females over the age of 9 must wear hijab in public according to Iranian rules.
7. After school walk home is usually fun – especially with a good friend.
If you like these photos, consider exploring some of our other galleries on Iran, its people and traditions:
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