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October 14, 2015 1:16 PM

In a Tehran without night life, a bridge becomes a gathering place

The Tabiat Bridge draws people from across the metropolis of 8.3 million

Part of a park system intended to give residents a break from conservative social norms

Some would prefer rock concerts, ‘but the government always bans them’

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