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File:Manjeel windmills.jpg


Description éolienne en Iran. Wind farm. Manjeel. Northwest of Iran.
Date 15 April 2007
Author Zereshk (uploader). Ali Madjfar (Photographer)
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I, Zereshk, have permission from the photographer of this photo ( Ali Madjfar) for using it under cc-by-sa-2.5 or higher:
On Sunday, April 15, 2007 2:44 PM wrote:
>Hi. I am one of the editors of Wikipedia's articles
>on Iran. I was wondering if you would allow us to
>use your images for the articles. They would
>significantly enhance the article's appeal and
>beauty. Of course, we would attribute all images to
>you under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5
>License. That means, people can copy and use your
>photos as long as they cite your name as the
>photographer. Please email me if you agree.
Dear Nima, Thanks for visiting my page. That will be an honour for me having a share in introducing my country. Please feel free to use every thing you may find suitable. Regards, Ali Majdfar.

I have already emailed Wiki Commons a copy of this electronic correspondence.-- Zereshk ( talk) 13:22, 8 August 2008 (UTC)


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