Pomegranate, Architecture and Nature of Saveh Photos by: Jacqueline Mirsadeghi This book is a collection of more than hundred beautiful picture and expressive text on pomegranate, the architecture and nature of Saveh. The photos by Jacqueline Mirsadeghi are accompanied by text in four languages on pomegarante and its place in Iranian culture. Text by: Jacqueline Mirsadeghi (English) Alan Lance (French) Renate Lance-Oterbein (German) Hayedeh Mashayekh (Persian) Ketab e Khorshid Publication Jacqueline Mirsadeghi Born in 1962 in Izmir, Turkey, of French father and Dutch-German mother, grew up in Switzerland, married an Iranian in 1983. Studies: University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, USA: Photojournalism, photo-editing, documentary photography, artistic and creative photography; graphic design, typography. Diplomas: Bachelor of Art in Journalism and Mass Communication, 1982 Master of Art in Journalism, 1983 Activities: Individual and group exhibitions in Switzerland, France and Iran; articles and porƞolios in magazines in Switzerland, Germany, USA and Iran; photos published in the Iran guide of Olizane publications, Geneva and the Iran guide of Odyssey publications, Hong-Kong. Currently working on the renovation and preservation of traditional houses in Kashan (Iran) and themes in traditional and Islamic architecture.