TEA PICKING AND PRODUCTION REACHES SPRING PEAK IN IRAN
Ali Akbar ahmadi, a 30 year-old Iranian, and his brother unload bags of tea leaves at a farm in Vajargah village, near Lahijan city in Gilan province, 248 miles (400Km) north of Tehran, Iran on June 7, 2007. Tea found its way to Persia (Iran) from India and soon became the national drink. Iranians have one of the highest per capital rate of tea consumption in the world. (UPI Photo/Mohammad Kheirkhah)
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