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Behesht-e Zahra

A young Iranian woman in traditional Chador prayes near the grave of a loved one, a martyr from the Iran-Iraq war in the early eighties..Behesht-e Zahra (Paradise of Zahra) is the name of the largest cemetery of Iran. It is located near the shrine of Ayatollah Khomeini in the southern part of metropolitan Tehran. Many of the martyred soldiers of the Iran-Iraq War are buried there. Traditionally, every Thursday family members visit the graves of their loved one's..April 05 2007.Credit: © Guido Van Damme/ 2007

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A young Iranian woman in traditional Chador prayes near the grave of a loved one, a martyr from the Iran-Iraq war in the early eighties..Behesht-e Zahra (Paradise of Zahra) is the name of the largest cemetery of Iran. It is located near the shrine of Ayatollah Khomeini in the southern part of metropolitan Tehran. Many of the martyred soldiers of the Iran-Iraq War are buried there. Traditionally, every Thursday family members visit the graves of their loved one's..April 05 2007.Credit: © Guido Van Damme/ 2007