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More visitors have been exploring Iran.

 

When the\r\nvideo Don't\r\nGo To Iran first hit the internet this spring, the title made\r\nsome Iranians fear it would be yet another effort to taint the country's image.

But it was quite the opposite. French filmmaker Benjamin Martinie\r\nsaid the video aimed to clear up misconceptions about Iran, by countering\r\ncommon stereotypes through clips from his recent visit. The video has now been\r\nviewed hundreds of thousands of times on YouTube and Vimeo, and is frequently\r\nshared among Iranians within the country via social media.

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"I would say a lot of\r\npeople might not know [much] about Iran, outside of the things you hear on the\r\nnews," Martinie, who specialises in travel videography, told Al Jazeera. "Iran\r\nis changing, and the tourism potential is really high. The warmth of the\r\npeople, the cultural warmth and the many amazing landscapes are all\r\nassets."

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  • Published By : سلماز توسلی
  • 2016-08-17
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