January 28

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DAY 27: #31DayAspiringPolyglot Challenge – Learning Persian (Fārsī)

“The first condition of understanding a foreign country is to smell it.”

Rudyard Kipling

Fun Facts about Iran

  • Iran is one of the world's biggest producers of saffron, caviar, and pistachios!
  • When visiting someone in Iran, it is customary to bring pastries or flowers.
  • Alcohol is banned.

I'm surprised by the caviar, to be honest. I mean the Caspian Sea borders Iran in the North, but I never really thought about that. You learn something new every day!

Obviously, there are more than just three ‘fun' facts, but I wanted to keep it light and breezy.


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