Rick Steves' Iran

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Rick Steves' Travel Guide | Join Rick as he explores the most surprising and fascinating land he's ever visited: Iran. In a one-hour, ground-breaking travel special on public television, you'll discover the splendid monuments of Iran's rich and glorious past, learn more about the 20th-century story of this perplexing nation, and experience Iranian life today in its historic capital and in a countryside village. Most important, you'll meet the people of this nation whose government so exasperates our own.

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Don't ask a woman her age,
A man his Salary,
Or a British museum where they get all their artifacts.

Author — RougeKek

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Omg omg. One of those little girls is me 5 years agooo. I do remember you. Now I’m 17 =)

Author — Sci-D

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Dear Rick Steves,
My 8 year old half-Persian identical twin girls (born in the U.S. and never been to Iran) BEG to watch this episode of yours over and over. We’ve seen it more times than i can count. They keep asking “when can we visit Iran?!” My heart aches. Because as much as i yearn to go (i haven’t been back since i was 7), i know it can’t be anytime soon. And so we live vicariously through this video of yours, Rick Steves. Thank you for showing the world who the Iranian people truly are. Iranians love you.

Author — Majd MD

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Rick: what is your message to my american friends
Iranian Girl: We love the people in America
Rick: That's good to hear because we love the want to understand the Iranian people.


Sad response

Author — Brub B

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I was really moved by the woman's statement. "Governments make war, people don't".

Author — John Henke

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Iranians treat American tourists with a lot of love and hospitality - I know this first hand - much love from U.S. 🙏🤲💌

Author — Gomer Gilligan

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I've met a number of Iranians and without exception they are great people.

Author — jb

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and to add, the Iranians never rigged elections, or interfered with other countries, that caused so much death, the simple reason is expanding empire, through corruption..modern Iran never invaded another country, its time we stopped invading on lies for profit..and control..

Author — Pete Melov

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Anyone watching this after the latest US-Iran conflict?

Author — Ryan

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From Dhaka. Always makes me laugh when people talk about traffic in Iran, Egypt etc, lol.

Author — White Wolf

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Iv'e been lucky enough to visit almost 60 countries now, including Iran; of everywhere I have been I have never been so welcome as I was in Iran; wonderful country & people, don't confuse toxic politics with people.

Author — Rikki McAndrew

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😍 I've fallen in love with Iran after ive watched this documentary

Author — misheck pepo

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I have many Persian friends. They are warm, lovely people!!! Love from America :D

Author — M Thomas

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Wow. I wish every American would watch this. These people are not our enemies.

Author — A Wolf.

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The Iranian people are a noble people, Queen Esther would attest to that fact!!!

Author — Pawel Trawicki

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Was in Iran in 2009., two weeks. Positively amazed by it’s people and their culture.

Author — Alexander Pieri

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So is no one going to mention how good the food looks? 😍

Author — Missgreeneyes X

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I recently watched a vlog from a young New Zealand backpacker showing Iran and it's friendly people and it's beautiful country. Now this video has confirmed to me, that we in the west have been lied to with propaganda for too long. Im Australian and i wish i could visit Iran and meet it's people. Thanks to Rick for this. Peace to Iran.

Author — oz man

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Covering the head is simply ecologically intelligent. This has been common across the lands.

Author — M.Mukhtar Alam

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Great presentation Rick. This should be shown in every school as a part of the curriculum. Just shows that we have far more in common than the propaganda tells us.

Author — Mike Crane