Masuleh Off The Beaten Path

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    i tried the one on the left and in the...
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    MASULE COOKIE= MY LOVE

    by sarahshm Written Apr 2, 2008

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    Don't forget to try these cookies.there is a shop in masuleh that cook and sells these special cookies. i tried of themmboth were amazing..yummmyyy
    u should just ask where u can have masouleh cookies then u can easily find the shop.

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    MASULE COOKIE= MY LOVE

    by sarahshm Written Apr 2, 2008

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    Don't forget to try these cookies.there is a shop in masuleh that cook and sells these special cookies. i tried of themmboth were amazing..yummmyyy
    u should just ask where u can have masouleh cookies then u can easily find the shop.

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    Bandar Anzali: Don't bother to visit

    by hydronetta Written Oct 19, 2006
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    It was our taxi driver who insisted to make a side trip to the port town of Bandar Anzali before dropping us at Rayen airport. He suggested that it is an "attractive" place.
    But alas! As I found out in my guidebook, Bandar Anzali is nothing more that a large industrial port city with little to offer.
    A large port, a tiny beach (where local men were swimming) and a large waterfront for promenades. Only interstesting things were that a lot of people were fishing there and you could easily notice handwritten signs on the rocks: young couples exressing their love to each other!!

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    Fuman Traditional Cookies...

    by SwedishViking Updated Jan 26, 2005
    Bakery in Fuman...

    The town of Fuman is famous for two things; its many statues and its delicious cookies.

    The Fuman traditional cookies are the size of a palm, round with a special pattern on the upper side. They are filled with walnut paste and tastes best fresh from the oven!
    They are so delicious!

    I bought a big bag for just a few thousand rials...

    Fuman is on the way to Masuleh coming from Rasht...

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