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With its magnificent Persian architecture and rich gardens, it is easy to understand why Isfahan has been called â??Half the Worldâ?ť
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One image sees a tourist giving up his own shoes for a homeless girl in Rio de Janeiro, while another captures an Indian villager rescuing a litter of kittens from a flood in Cuttack City.
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