Tehran is a city with one thousand personas, it is commonly feared and discussed and yet it is barely ever understood. In this project, I have juxtaposed the translated map of Tehran with audio recordings of a day of my life in this city. These pieces of map (presented as sold) show the heavily political and religious Tehran, where all streets are names after political and ideological concepts—the most common being the name of Martyr's of Iran/Iraq war. The audios present what is impossible to translate about Tehran, the complexities of real life. To the viewer familiar with Tehran, these locations present different neighborhood and their socio-economic status and the conversation and background music of each ride changes accordingly. The two sides come together and the viewer is requested to participate and put the pieces of this puzzle together—as it is presented as it's sold, torn between these neighborhoods—and retrace the journey that has been reduced to whispers.