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This street is one of the longest street in Tehran which has trees on both sides and is so beautiful. It starts from train station to Tajrish Square which is 20 km long.
I personally like walking there from Parkway to Tajrish with shops, cafes...More
The best part about this street that I love - despite the trees and all - it's that you can see the difference between peoples lives. When you start off Tajrish square - the wealthy part of town - and continue towards Rah ahan square...More
Hello my dear friends,
If you are coming to Iran as a tourist,do not forget to see and walk along this street.
I love Valiasr Street. You can see all kinds of Iranian there and also for your rest,there are also many beautiful coffee shops....More
I love strolling on the Vali-Asar (formerly Pahlavi) because it brings back my childhood and teenage life memories to me!
I love those old and very tall Chenar Trees (Platanus Orientalis) along the street, cafe/restaurants, great parks/gardens and of course the crowd!
Everything about this...More
It is a long street which is famous because of the length and type and age of trees around it.Because of building tall buildings next to the street which revived the rate of sunshine absorption by trees and water and dirt pollution many 50 years...More
One of the most important and known bug street in the capital.
High-straight trees two sides of the street are so spectacular especially in winter when snows settled down there showing a beautiful sight of the city.
It's the longest street in middle East. It's has lots of shops. There lots of restaurants and cafes there. The street has covered by trees. There are some malls that sell computers and cellphones. You can go there by bus or subway and taxi.