Sunday, April 7, 2013

New Pics: Ghoo "Diamond of the Middle East" under construction

Ghoo "Diamond of the Middle East" project located at Salman Shahr in Mazandaran


Projects includes 5 star hotel, two residential/commercial towers, sports complex and six floors of car parking. Construction photos dated 2013.


Artist's rendering of the completed project, projecting forward towards the Caspian Sea

25 comments:

Mark Pyruz said...

It is construction scenes such as these that graphically portray the underlying confidence exhibited by the Iranians in defending their nuclear rights under the NPT during recent talks. The U.S. led position is bent on coercion, confident that the Iranians are being brought to their knees through the application of sanctions. However these scenes tell a different story.

Anonymous said...

Iran will never yield to US/Zionist running dogs. LOL.

On a more serious note, Iran is too big and too rich in human spirit and resources to sanction, specially the deadbeat US-Bangladesh of of the Americas.

Anonymous said...

let me tell you something, as long as your view is anti-american you will lose; independence means to be indifferent to something - not to be different from something;

here you see the result of your anti-american policy (good luck)

http://www.timesofisrael.com/hamas-reportedly-training-rebels-fighting-to-oust-assad/

Anonymous said...

Even the Zionist staffed US think-tank Washington Institute for Near East Policy reiterated Wednesday that oilˈs role in Iranian economy is decreasing as the economy becomes increasingly diversified and industrialized, resulting in weakening western imposed sanctions aimed at lowering Iranˈs oil incomes, adding none of Westˈs sanctions can paralyze Iran or even dampen the overall optimism in Iran's future.

The recent spike in Tehran Stock Exchange is considered a business weather-wane of the optimistic bazaari mood and is reflective of the ingenious tools deployed in sanctions busting resulting in well stocked consumer goods and foodstuff. Iran's inflation and currency also appear to have stabilized. The largely AIPAC connected Near East Institute also fumed at China and Asian nations for paying lip-service to unilateral US sanctions and increasing the import of Iranian energy. Iran's economic diversification is reflected by the strong increase in manufactured and non-oil exports and a booming construction sector. Iran has achieved rapid self-sufficiency in its refining capacity and is now a net exporter of POL products.

Anonymous said...

Those pictures suggests nothing; do not mis-take your wishful thinking with reality - like a Mullah pretending to 'know' the mind of god ; there is no stupid person out there which you can persuade; who is the one who should 'believe' your words Mark ? You are only talking to yourself ...

allochtonie said...

And how are my family members telling a different story, when they see that inflation is enormous, and many people are struggling to 'survive' in Iran? Don't fool yourself with these pics of Northern Iran/Tehran/Shiraz/Isfahan. Go to Iran's Kordestan, Arebestan and Balochestan, and you will see how pathetic Iran's economic situation really is. Many people haven't eat meat for quite some time now, and have seen their savings becoming less valuable because of inflation and the pathetic state of the Rial.
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What you and Mr. Uskowi are intending to show is flawed and a insult to our intelligence.

Anonymous said...

"According to Mehr news agency, the report published by Majlis’ Research Center reads, “Iran’s economic growth in 2012 stood at 0.36 percent which ranks Iran the 23rd country in the region and 164th in the world in economic growth."

B.M.A said...

indeed these pictures won't convince the stones and frustrated like you!.MARK is not telling people that Iran has just become a first world country overnight !,instead HE is hammering home his argument that IRAN has a lot of potential and the US has much to gain in courting the Nation than listening to AIPAC!!.

Anonymous said...

Make no mistake - Mark is supporting these people and their agenda

http://s1.directupload.net/images/130309/bxnrqfjs.png

Anonymous said...

Ha ha - that was a good one; it is now called "marriage-guidance" ...

Anonymous said...

Another spam post by a hypocrite who doesn't and would never live in iran. He is turning this site into a mindless propaganda site.

Anonymous said...

Iran produces nothing that the West wants besides oil. Keep your crappy l low quality products.

Anonymous said...

Iran's Arabestan? I see Saddam's puppet also write here

mat said...

IRAN's 'Diamond of the Middle East' versus the U.S.-led sanctions, threats, killings of iranian nuclear scientists, bullies, and etc. It appears that 34 long empty years have gone and will never come back.

Anonymous said...

Or an American ignoring geography :)

Anonymous said...

Keep in mind that with current oil barrel prices, Iran has got quite much cash to spend. EU sanctions were specially designed to avoid that. I go to Iran every year and can see how is the situation. It's far from bad. The real problem is like elsewhere in the Gulf. Unemployment or insufficient new projects for the youth. Simply.

Anonymous said...

B.M.A...There is no need for Mark or any other IRI sponsored Groupie for "hammering" the lies that typifies their frustrations.And mentioning frustrations,since you use a lot of Caps it seems you have some "frustrated" issues.Now go and receive your cool aid.

Anonymous said...

There is hope that the current sanctions will be overrided by better planning of economical policies and switching dependency from the oil revenues to domestic production and consumption.
Iran and Russia have some similarities and needs in that matters too.

The sanctions will not stay for long because Russia is about to change its foreign policy soon. They are creating a permanent naval task force in the Mediterranean Sea, (to remain in Syria), and the Russian Defence Minister denied last March, that Russia is going to quit its naval base in Tartous, Syria.

In the past there were comments on this blog that Russia doesn't need Iranian oil and gas because it has too much of its own, but one can see that Russia is investing in development of Venezuelan oil fiels and conclussions in that matter should be clear that Russia may invest in Iran too.
Extended credits for investments and arms purchases will follow according to the needs.

Mark's pictures shows that the development of Iran has been advancing well despite of sanctions and sabotages and ill wishes from some spoiled schizophreniacs of Iranian diaspora as well as others duped by the agents of foreign entities.

Time is coming that in addition to unique and exciting architectural projects in Iran, we can expect, in not so far future, Iranian men in space, then it will be a final blow to all naysayers and their miserable slogans...and they will forever have to wither, alltogether.

A-F

Anonymous said...

The regime is selling Iran's oil far below market value (40%).

Anonymous said...

Some proof would be nice

Anonymous said...

After all, look at the piece-of-garbage Russian nuclear reactor in Bushehr. Not only did that junkyard take forever-and-a-day to build, but even now it is still "under repairs" most of the time. But, I do love the fact that the Russian charlatans have milked so much money out of the mullahs. The Russian ought to keep milking the IRI for as much money as they can. Too bad, it's the Iranian peoples' money that is being spent.

Anonymous said...

Timesof Israhell is your source of disinformation.LOL and then some.

Anonymous said...

Yes it was so much better when the west was milking iran under the shah.Theres a little thing called history you might want to read some before you post here,that way you can avoid looking like a fool

Anonymous said...

The Shah put the West in its place and that's why they introduced Khomeini and his bandits to destroy Iran and rob it blind.Now China is "milking" Iranian oil at 40% below actual cost and Iran's share of 50% Caspian sea has been reduced to 13%.
Looks like you know jack shit about history so more the "fool" you.

Anonymous said...

Prove it that they don't.