Iran opens the door

Danyliw, Norie Quintos
June 1998
U.S. News & World Report;06/22/98, Vol. 124 Issue 24, p68
Discusses the emphasis upon tourism in the Islamic Republic of Iran. Tourist visas issued to United States citizens; Cultural ties between the US and Iran; Number of US tourists who visited in 1997; How Iran hides its economic and war traumas; Costs to travel there; Fascination with Iranian culture; Typical stops of tours; Visiting a bazaar; Treatment of women; Signs that times are changing; Influence of US and European culture; More. INSET: Hot spots that have cooled off, by Wil Klass.


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