Iran's invisible Mega Embassy in Managua

"The Iranians are building a huge embassy in Managua," Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton warned in May. "And you can only imagine what that's for."

"Iran recently established a huge embassy in Managua, Nancy Menges of the Center for Security Policy told a House committee last year."

Iran's embassy in Managua is now the largest diplomatic mission in the city," wrote Michael Rubin of the American Enterprise Institute. ."

But here in Nicaragua, no one can find any super-embassy.

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there is an iranian embassy that is visible to someone...

Doors of hope fly open when doors of promise shut. -Thomas D'Arcy McGee

And I bet

that no one among the regular Nicaraguans are interested in taking a trip to Iran.

Sometimes Reality Hurts

From what I see, Nicaraguans like the idea of inexpensive tractors and someone else investing in hydroelectric power here. I don't see any mass interest in Iran for any other reason.