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Christmas in Iran 2015...
1host2u.ir 25/12/2015 Media

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Iran is tipped to be a top tourist destination for 2016. Every year, the Iranian Christians celebrate the occasion by decorating Christmas Trees, exchanging gifts, and attending services.
Christmas In IRAN. Iran, formerly Persia, is the land where the Three Wise men are believed to have lived when Jesus was born. Many Iranian Christians are of Armenian and Assyrian descent.
Although Christians make up less than 1% of the country's approximate population of 77.5 million, Christmas trees and decorations are everywhere. Normally, Many of Iran's Christians celebrate Christmas on Jan. 6, but the holiday is becoming popular across Iran and many Christians are celebrating on Dec. 25, with some young Iranians joining in.
Merry Christmas Iran
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