• IRAN: MEN RELEASED BY DRUG SMUGGLERS ARRIVE IN TEHRAN

    Eng/Portu/Nat Two Portuguese men held captive for three weeks by drug smugglers in eastern Iran have finally arrived in Tehran. Journalist Ricardo Andreia and Portugal Telecom executive Joao Mendes Pinto - together with a third Portuguese - were seized in the southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchistan on September 27, while on their way to Macau. Their abduction marked the third separate kidnapping of foreigners in Iran this year. Pinto and Andrei had flown to Tehran from Zahedan, the capital of Sistan-Baluchistan province. The pair were seized in Sistan-Baluchistan three weeks ago, along with Portuguese journalist Jorge Duarte. Looking visibly relieved that their ordeal was over, the two men were met at Tehran airport by Portuguese embassy staff and Joao Mendes Pinto'...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Iran Telecom Fair, PRESS TV

    IRAN Telecom Fair, PRESS TV, Tehran Reporter: Saman Kojouri Camera Man: Hessam.M.Kermani

    published: 13 Jan 2013
  • Milad Tower , Tehran Iran_ 6th tallest tower in the world.

    Milad Tower (also known as Borj-e Milad , Persian: برج میلاد ‎) is the tallest tower in Iran. Built in 2007 in between the Shahrak-e Gharb and Gisha districts of Tehran, it stands 435 m (1,427 ft) high from base to tip of the antenna.[4] The head consists of a large pod with 12 floors, the roof of which is at 315 m (1,033 ft). Below this is a staircase and elevators to reach the area. Milad Tower is the sixth tallest tower in the world[5][dead link] after the Guangzhou TV & Sightseeing Tower in Guangzhou, CN Tower in Toronto, Ostankino Tower in Moscow, the Oriental Pearl Tower in Shanghai, and the Tokyo Skytree. It is also the current 15th tallest freestanding structure in the world.[6] Milad Tower is a part of The Tehran International Trade and Convention Centre. The project includes th...

    published: 09 Sep 2012
  • Iran Telecom 2012-Hamraahe Aval Stand

    www.barsadesign.com Barsa Company, Designing and constructing exhibition stands Our goal is to provide a hassle-free exhibition experience by meeting our customers’ objectives. Tehran, Iran

    published: 12 Oct 2015
  • Iranian Mobile Subscribers Are Soon to Use 4G Mobile Networks

    Iranian mobile phone subscribers are soon to enjoy the 4th Generation of mobile networks. An advancement pointed out in the 15th International Exhibition of Telecommunication and Information Technology and Solutions in Tehran's International Permanent Fairground enjoying the official support and presence of Ministry of ICT, the Communications Regulatory Authorities, and other officials. The opening ceremony started with Minister of Communications and Information Technology's speech, inviting private sectors to have a more significant role in telecommunications. This event brought together public and private sectors, emerging and developed networks, experts and investors from Canada, China, Germany, Britain, France and many other countries. Iran Telecom 2014 Exhibition is believed to be th...

    published: 06 Oct 2014
  • Iranian start ups create apps for taxi services and online shopping

    (4 Jun 2017) LEAD IN : Iran remains cut off economically from the rest of the world, with big-name Western brands shunning the market for fear of violating sanctions that remain in place even after the country's landmark 2015 nuclear deal with world powers. But in their place, a surprisingly active tech startup scene has sprung up, driven by a growing number of Iranian millennials who see their country not as an isolated outcast but as a market ripe with opportunity. STORYLINE Mostafa Meisami has given up on the farming life, trading in his old job raising cattle for a better-paying one ferrying commuters around the notoriously traffic-clogged streets of the Iranian capital Tehran. Today he earns his living in a brand-new, locally assembled compact Chinese hatchback, scrolling for fa...

    published: 10 Jun 2017
  • Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI) (شرکت مخابرات ایران‎) - Solar Cell Fabrication in Tehran

    http://ajw.asahi.com/article/forum/politics_and_economy/east_asia/AJ201302110014

    published: 11 Nov 2013
  • tehran incredible metropolis.part1

    published: 24 May 2016
  • Tehran: Dancing MTN People - June 2006

    When in Rome do as the Romans do. We really enjoyed the things the Iranians do a lot and that is partying.

    published: 27 Jun 2010
  • Tehran roadcrossing

    published: 12 Oct 2015
  • Iran Telecom 2014 - Hamraahe Aval Stand

    www.barsadesign.com Barsa Company, Designing and constructing exhibition stands Our goal is to provide a hassle-free exhibition experience by meeting our customers’ objectives.

    published: 12 Oct 2015
  • Ashoora in Tehran

    Iranian-Arabic style

    published: 08 Jan 2009
  • Dream Backpack Tehran

    Dream Backpack Workshop Tehran 2014. Participants gathered together to share best experiences of their past year and learn from each other to be more strong in life.

    published: 21 Sep 2015
  • Huge IT market in Iran continues expandnig

    A computer and IT shopping mall in Tehran; Colorful stores in this shopping center offer a variety of computers to the latest versions of smart phones and laptops. Despite heavy price tags business is booming. Figures show that Iranians have a big appetite for IT products. According to business monitor international or BMI by the end of 2014 Iranians will have spent an amazing number of 5.1billion dollars only on computers. Just add other products like smart phones, laptops and gaming consoles and the number will reach about 10 billion dollars. BMI also forecasts that the expenditure in Iran’s IT and telecom sector will reach above 12 billion dollars by the end of 2018.

    published: 27 Jul 2014
  • Tallest Towers by Country Ranking

    This is a list of extant towers that fulfill the engineering definition of a tower "a tall human structure, always taller than it is wide, meant for public or regular operational access by humans, but not for living in or office work, and are self-supporting or free-standing, which means no guy-wires for support." The definition means the exclusion from this list of continuously habitable buildings and skyscrapers as well as radio and TV masts. Also excluded from this list because they are not designed for public or regular operational access are Bridge towers or pylons, transmission towers such as Warsaw radio mast, guyed mast, chimneys, sculptures and most large statues and obelisks. Towers are most often built to use their height for various purposes and can stand alone or as part of a...

    published: 23 Mar 2017
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IRAN: MEN RELEASED BY DRUG SMUGGLERS ARRIVE IN TEHRAN

IRAN: MEN RELEASED BY DRUG SMUGGLERS ARRIVE IN TEHRAN

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Eng/Portu/Nat Two Portuguese men held captive for three weeks by drug smugglers in eastern Iran have finally arrived in Tehran. Journalist Ricardo Andreia and Portugal Telecom executive Joao Mendes Pinto - together with a third Portuguese - were seized in the southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchistan on September 27, while on their way to Macau. Their abduction marked the third separate kidnapping of foreigners in Iran this year. Pinto and Andrei had flown to Tehran from Zahedan, the capital of Sistan-Baluchistan province. The pair were seized in Sistan-Baluchistan three weeks ago, along with Portuguese journalist Jorge Duarte. Looking visibly relieved that their ordeal was over, the two men were met at Tehran airport by Portuguese embassy staff and Joao Mendes Pinto's wife. They said they were looking forward to returning to their families in Portugal. SOUNDBITE: (Portuguese) "I send lots of kisses to my daughters- lots of kisses to my daughters" SUPER CAPTION: Maria Lourdes Pinto, wife of released hostage Juan Mendes Pinto SOUNDBITE: (Portuguese) " I am going back to Portugal tomorrow and I hope that everyone will be waiting for me there." SUPER CAPTION: Juan Mendes Pinto, released hostage The crew were being held in the mountains by their captors. Iranian authorities announced on October 9 that they had located the hideout, but it is unclear why or how the two men were set free. Upon their release, they made their way on foot to Zahedan. Finally arriving in Tehran on Saturday, the two men described how their kidnappers had kept them constantly on the move, sometimes without food and water. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Lots of walking, not very much food, not enough water- not the type of tour I want to make again." SUPER CAPTION: Juan Mendes Pinto, released hostage SOUNDBITE: (English) "It was very difficult for me because my husband and my friends were in the mountains for 23 days- it was very difficult." SUPER CAPTION: Maria Lourdes Pinto, wife of released hostage Juan Mendes Pinto The released men plan to return to Portugal on Sunday. The third hostage - journalist Jorge Duarte - already left the country on Friday. The kidnappers, identified as members of a drug gang, fled immediately after they released the hostages, according to local radio reports. Iran's security forces are now searching for the kidnappers. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ff33e9979f2508a2be533bcf53a6c76e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Iran Telecom Fair, PRESS TV

Iran Telecom Fair, PRESS TV

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IRAN Telecom Fair, PRESS TV, Tehran Reporter: Saman Kojouri Camera Man: Hessam.M.Kermani
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Milad Tower , Tehran Iran_ 6th tallest tower in the world.

Milad Tower , Tehran Iran_ 6th tallest tower in the world.

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Milad Tower (also known as Borj-e Milad , Persian: برج میلاد ‎) is the tallest tower in Iran. Built in 2007 in between the Shahrak-e Gharb and Gisha districts of Tehran, it stands 435 m (1,427 ft) high from base to tip of the antenna.[4] The head consists of a large pod with 12 floors, the roof of which is at 315 m (1,033 ft). Below this is a staircase and elevators to reach the area. Milad Tower is the sixth tallest tower in the world[5][dead link] after the Guangzhou TV & Sightseeing Tower in Guangzhou, CN Tower in Toronto, Ostankino Tower in Moscow, the Oriental Pearl Tower in Shanghai, and the Tokyo Skytree. It is also the current 15th tallest freestanding structure in the world.[6] Milad Tower is a part of The Tehran International Trade and Convention Centre. The project includes the Milad telecommunication tower offering restaurants at the top with panoramic views of Tehran, a five-star hotel, a convention centre, a world trade centre, and an IT park. The complex seeks to respond to the needs of business in the globalised world of the 21st century by offering facilities combining trade, information, communication, convention and accommodation all in one place. Furthermore, the complex features a parking area of 27,000 square meters, a large computer and telecommunications unit, a cultural and scientific unit, a commercial transaction centre, a temporary showroom for exhibiting products, a specialised library, an exhibition hall, and an administrative unit. Milad Tower has an octagonal base, symbolising traditional Persian architecture. Milad Tower, with its height of 435 metres, it is the fifth tallest telecommunication tower in the world. Milad Tower consists of five main parts: foundation, transition (lobby) structure, shaft, head structure and antenna mast. The lobby structure consists of six floors. The first three floors consist of 63 trade units, 11 food courts, a cafeteria and a commercial products exhibition, which is supposed to be 260 square metres. Tower's greeting hall entry Milad Tower at night The first and second floors underground consist of official and installing sections and data centere. The ground floor is devoted to the entrance and visitors reception. The shaft is a concrete structure which is 315 metres high from the ground floor. In three different sides of it 6 elevators are used to transfer the visitors to the head of the tower at the speed of 7 metres per second and there is an emergency staircase exists at the fourth side. The head of the tower is a steel structure weighing about 25,000 tonnes and consisting of 12 floors. This structure is the biggest and the tallest multi-story structure among all the telecommunication towers in the world.[citation needed] In the top floors of the tower, there are fire-immune area as a refuge zone,[7] a closed observation deck, a cafeteria, a public art gallery, an open observation deck, a revolving restaurant, telecommunication floors, a VIP restaurant, Mechanical floors, and a sky dome. The 4-stage antenna mast is 120 metres high. The lower floor of the mast is for the adjustment of public users' telecommunication antennas and the three upper floors are devoted to the antenna of radio and television organisation of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The client was Yadman Sazeh Co. a representative of Tehran Municipality. The tower has been designed by Dr. M.R. Hafezi and was built by Boland Payeh co.
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Iran Telecom 2012-Hamraahe Aval Stand

Iran Telecom 2012-Hamraahe Aval Stand

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www.barsadesign.com Barsa Company, Designing and constructing exhibition stands Our goal is to provide a hassle-free exhibition experience by meeting our customers’ objectives. Tehran, Iran
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Iranian Mobile Subscribers Are Soon to Use 4G Mobile Networks

Iranian Mobile Subscribers Are Soon to Use 4G Mobile Networks

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Iranian mobile phone subscribers are soon to enjoy the 4th Generation of mobile networks. An advancement pointed out in the 15th International Exhibition of Telecommunication and Information Technology and Solutions in Tehran's International Permanent Fairground enjoying the official support and presence of Ministry of ICT, the Communications Regulatory Authorities, and other officials. The opening ceremony started with Minister of Communications and Information Technology's speech, inviting private sectors to have a more significant role in telecommunications. This event brought together public and private sectors, emerging and developed networks, experts and investors from Canada, China, Germany, Britain, France and many other countries. Iran Telecom 2014 Exhibition is believed to be the country's leading dedicated telecommunication event and is held while experts in the field believe that tele communication technology is in the midst of unprecedented wave of transformation and that's what makes this exhibition very significant. Iranian mobile network operators are applying some dramatic changes to their services and the span of their coverage. According to experts, Iranian mobile phone users have to expect enjoying 4G networks and other advanced technologies provided by their long time mobile operators using 2nd Generation networks. The permission to activate 3rd and 4th generation and also LTE networks was granted to mobile operators by the government in previous month and it means that it will apply some great changes to the whole network, install new devices and equipment and will eventually prepare the underlying foundation for broadband internet in the country. Major mobile operators and other leading and emerging companies in private sectors provided a vast range of services and introduced the most recent inventions and trends in Telecommunication technology giving current or potential subscribers lots of choices to choose from. As time passes, we realize the indispensable role of information and communication technologies in our lives. Smart phones, tablets, and many other communicational in informational devices fueled by these networks and companies are carried and worn by 21 century human beings. Iran Telecom 2014 and other similar events remind people about how dependent their lives are being to these technologies and require them to have a better understanding of them so they can enjoy them to the fullest. Watch PressTV Live: http://www.presstv.ir/live.html http://www.livestation.com/en/press-tv Follow us on: Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV LiveLeak @ http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Twitter @ http://twitter.com/PressTV Google+ @ http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV
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Iranian start ups create apps for taxi services and online shopping

Iranian start ups create apps for taxi services and online shopping

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(4 Jun 2017) LEAD IN : Iran remains cut off economically from the rest of the world, with big-name Western brands shunning the market for fear of violating sanctions that remain in place even after the country's landmark 2015 nuclear deal with world powers. But in their place, a surprisingly active tech startup scene has sprung up, driven by a growing number of Iranian millennials who see their country not as an isolated outcast but as a market ripe with opportunity. STORYLINE Mostafa Meisami has given up on the farming life, trading in his old job raising cattle for a better-paying one ferrying commuters around the notoriously traffic-clogged streets of the Iranian capital Tehran. Today he earns his living in a brand-new, locally assembled compact Chinese hatchback, scrolling for fares using an app on his Samsung smartphone. Many popular social-networking sites like Facebook are blocked here. But among the fastest-growing companies in the digital transformation is Snapp, the ride-hailing app Meisami uses. He estimates he makes more than $900 working in a good month, pulling in a much larger cut per fare than he would driving for a traditional taxi-style car service. His hours are long, 12 hours a day most days a week, but he likes being able to pick when and where he works. "This opened a door to people liked me who had financial problems," he says. Launched in 2014, Snapp operates a sleek Uber-like app that uses Google Maps and has a launch page featuring the Tehran's skyline. It boasts 100,000 drivers and has carried more than 5 million passengers on some 50 million rides, according to its enthusiastic CEO, Sharam Shahkar. "Our vision is to make it so convenient, so affordable that people will no longer have an incentive to own a personal vehicle" says Shahkar. The office looks like a tech startup anywhere in the world, except for the Iranian flag in the corner. In addition to its basic service, Snapp offers premium rides in nicer cars as well as female-driven vehicles for women and families. It recently expanded beyond Tehran to the nearby suburb of Karaj and the city of Isfahan, and is considering rolling out a motorcycle delivery service. The company says it undercuts taxi prices by 30 to 50 percent. It has clearly had an impact in its short existence, though the attention hasn't always been positive. In February, dozens of local taxi drivers angry over the competition gathered outside parliament and chanted "American Snapp should be destroyed" in an effort to link it wrongly to the U.S. They held another protest a few weeks later, though a formal request by the taxi association for authorities to shut down Snapp and a smaller competitor known as Tap30 ,were ultimately rejected. Snapp is owned not by the U.S. but by a local company known as the Iran Internet Group, which has emerged as one of the leaders in the country's startup scene. It is backed by telecom Irancell, which state-linked investors have stakes in, and South African telecom MTN. Its other businesses include a food-ordering app called Zoodfood connecting users to nearby kebab shops and pizzerias, and a travel booking site known as Pintapin _ a useful service in a country that most travel portals don't touch. The company's online shopping site Bamilo competes against an even older e-commerce site, Digikala, which ranks behind only Google and a local sports portal as Iran's third most-visited website, according to web traffic data site Alexa. Like Amazon, the sites sell everything from laptops and cellphones to clothes, kitchen supplies and cosmetics. Afshan Salmani is Bamilo's chief product officer. He came to Iran in 2014 when he founded Bamilo, a company which employs 350 people whose average age range is between 25 -28. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2fc91e29a8a49e603cb875efeb8e8dd6 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI) (شرکت مخابرات ایران‎) - Solar Cell Fabrication in Tehran

Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI) (شرکت مخابرات ایران‎) - Solar Cell Fabrication in Tehran

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tehran incredible metropolis.part1

tehran incredible metropolis.part1

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Tehran: Dancing MTN People - June 2006

Tehran: Dancing MTN People - June 2006

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When in Rome do as the Romans do. We really enjoyed the things the Iranians do a lot and that is partying.
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Tehran roadcrossing

Tehran roadcrossing

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Iran Telecom 2014 - Hamraahe Aval Stand

Iran Telecom 2014 - Hamraahe Aval Stand

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www.barsadesign.com Barsa Company, Designing and constructing exhibition stands Our goal is to provide a hassle-free exhibition experience by meeting our customers’ objectives.
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Ashoora in Tehran

Ashoora in Tehran

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Iranian-Arabic style
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Dream Backpack Tehran

Dream Backpack Tehran

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Dream Backpack Workshop Tehran 2014. Participants gathered together to share best experiences of their past year and learn from each other to be more strong in life.
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Huge IT market in Iran continues expandnig

Huge IT market in Iran continues expandnig

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A computer and IT shopping mall in Tehran; Colorful stores in this shopping center offer a variety of computers to the latest versions of smart phones and laptops. Despite heavy price tags business is booming. Figures show that Iranians have a big appetite for IT products. According to business monitor international or BMI by the end of 2014 Iranians will have spent an amazing number of 5.1billion dollars only on computers. Just add other products like smart phones, laptops and gaming consoles and the number will reach about 10 billion dollars. BMI also forecasts that the expenditure in Iran’s IT and telecom sector will reach above 12 billion dollars by the end of 2018.
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Tallest Towers by Country Ranking

Tallest Towers by Country Ranking

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This is a list of extant towers that fulfill the engineering definition of a tower "a tall human structure, always taller than it is wide, meant for public or regular operational access by humans, but not for living in or office work, and are self-supporting or free-standing, which means no guy-wires for support." The definition means the exclusion from this list of continuously habitable buildings and skyscrapers as well as radio and TV masts. Also excluded from this list because they are not designed for public or regular operational access are Bridge towers or pylons, transmission towers such as Warsaw radio mast, guyed mast, chimneys, sculptures and most large statues and obelisks. Towers are most often built to use their height for various purposes and can stand alone or as part of a larger structure. Some common purposes are for telecommunications, and as a viewing platform. 1. TOKYO SKYTREE Height: 634 m (2,080 ft) Tokyo, JAPAN 2. CANTON TOWER Height: 600 m (2,000 ft) Guangzhou, CHINA 3. CN TOWER Height: 553.3 m (1,815 ft) Toronto, CANADA 4. OSTANKINO TOWER Height: 540.1 m (1,772 ft) Moscow, RUSSIA 5. MILAD TOWER Height: 435 m (1,427 ft) Tehran, IRAN 6. KL TOWER Height: 421 m (1,381 ft) Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA 7. KIEV TV TOWER Height: 385 m (1,263 ft) Kiev, UKRAINE 8. TOSHKENT TELEMINORASI Height: 374.9 m (1,230 ft) Tashkent, UZBEKISTAN 9. LIBERATION TOWER Height: 372 m (1,220 ft) Kuwait City, KUWAIT 10. ALMATY TOWER Height: 371.5 m (1,219 ft) Almaty, KAZAKHSTAN 11. RĪGAS TORNIS Height: 368.5 m (1,209 ft) Riga, LATVIA 12. BERLINER FERNSEHTURM Height: 368 m (1,207 ft) Berlin, GERMANY 13. STRATOSPHERE TOWER Height: 350.2 m (1,149 ft) Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 14. EMLEY MOOR TV TOWER Height: 330.4 m (1,084 ft) West Yorkshire, UNITED KINGDOM 15. SKY TOWER Height: 328 m (1,076 ft) Auckland, NEW ZEALAND 16. VILNIAUS TELEVIZIJOS BOKŠTAS Height: 327 m (1,073 ft) Vilnius, LITHUANIA 17. EIFFEL TOWER Height: 324 m (1,063 ft) Paris, FRANCE 18. RAMESWARAM TV TOWER Height: 323 m (1,060 ft) Rameswaram, INDIA 19. TALLINNA TELETORN Height: 314 m (1030 ft) Tallinn, ESTONIA 20. BAKI TELEVIZIYA QÜLLƏSI Height: 310 m (1,017 ft) Baku, AZERBAIJAN 21. SYDNEY TOWER Height: 309 m (1,014 ft) Sydney, AUSTRALIA 22. SINT-PIETERS-LEEUW TOWER Height: 302 m (991 ft) Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, BELGIUM 23. TORRE DE COLLSEROLA Height: 288.4 m (946 ft) Barcelona, SPAIN 24. TBILISI TV BROADCASTING TOWER Height: 274.5 m (901 ft) Tbilisi, GEORGIA 25. HILLBROW TOWER Height: 269 m (883 ft) Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA 26. ENDEM TV KULESI Height: 257 m (843 ft) Istanbul, TURKEY 27. DONAUTURM Height: 252 m (827 ft) Vienna, AUSTRIA 28. JEDDAH TV TOWER Height: 250 m (820 ft) Jeddah, SAUDI ARABIA 29. SWISSCOM-SENDETURM ST. CHRISCHONA Height: 250 m (820 ft) St. Chrischona, SWITZERLAND 30. MENARA TVRI Height: 239 m (784 ft) Jakarta, INDONESIA 31. N SEOUL TOWER Height: 236.7 m (777 ft) Seoul, SOUTH KOREA 32. TORRE DE TV DE BRASÍLIA Height: 224 m (735 ft) Brasília, BRAZIL 33. VYSÍLAČ BUKOVÁ HORA Height: 223 m (732 ft) North Bohemia, CZECHIA 34. ABS-CBN TOWER Height: 219.5 m (720 ft) Quezon City, PHILIPPINES 35. TURKMENISTAN BROADCASTING CENTRE Height: 211 m (692 ft) Ashgabat, TURKMENISTAN 36. MINARET OF HASSAN II MOSQUE Height: 210 m (689 ft) Casablanca, MOROCCO 37. ÚJUDVAR TÉVÉTORONY Height: 206 m (676 ft) Zala megye, HUNGARY 38. BAGHDAD TOWER Height: 205 m (673 ft) Baghdad, IRAQ 39. AVALA TOWER Height: 204.5 m (671 ft) Belgrade, SERBIA 40. ROUSSE TV TOWER Height: 204 m (669 ft) Rousse, BULGARIA 41. TORRE ESPACIAL Height: 200 m (660 ft) Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA 42. KPN-ZENDMAST WAALHAVEN Height: 199 m (653 ft) Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS 43. TELEVÍZNA VEŽA NA KAMZÍKU Height: 194 m (637 ft) Bratislava, SLOVAKIA 44. CAIRO TOWER Height: 187 m (614 ft) Cairo, EGYPT 45. TORRE TELECOM ITALIA Height: 187 m (614 ft) RozzanoMilan, ITALY 46. JUCHE TOWER Height: 170 m (558 ft) Pyongyang, NORTH KOREA 47. KAKNÄSTORNET Height: 170 m (558 ft) Stockholm, SWEDEN 48. RADIOTELEVIZIJSKI TORANJ SLJEME Height: 169 m (555 ft) Zagreb, CROATIA 49. NÄSINNEULA Height: 168 m (551 ft) Tampere, FINLAND 50. GALAŢI TV TOWER Height: 150 m (492 ft) Galaţi, ROMANIA Information Source & Images Credit: pastebin.com/8xq5hfhp Music Credit: 1. Track: Itro & Tobu - Cloud 9 [NCS Release] Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtKbiyyVZks Artist: Itro & Tobu 2. Track: Tobu - Infectious [NCS Release] Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ux8-EbW6DUI Artist: Tobu 3. Track: Tobu - Seven [NCS Release] Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h18gwLKQf_Q Artist: Tobu Tobu: ➞ Spotify http://smarturl.it/Tobu_Spotify ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/7obu ➞ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/tobuoffi... Itro: ➞ Spotify http://open.spotify.com/artist/6fEZjg... ➞ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/official... ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/itro
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Iran Exclusive regime Speakers in streets of Tehran Bah ...

Iran Exclusive regime Speakers in streets of Tehran Bah ...

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