Playing Is My Right: Happy Life Belongs to Everyone

For the present, in some part of Iran's villages, people are deprived of essential equipment for living like water, electricity to name a few. It is obviously clear that in this area people do not pay enough attention to children and what they need for entertaining.

However during her journey to Golestan province's village, Farnaz Damnabi isited this place where children without any special facilities were happy!

(All photos copyrighted Farnaz Damnabi)

p.s. As a unique culture and a world-class archaeological site, Iran's Golestan province is considered as an underrated place that is described as magnificent hidden gem by many visitors and local people.

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