This is an undated file photo of Reza Shah Pahlavi. (AP Photo, File)
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Construction workers in Iran may have unearthed the mummified remains of Reza Shah Pahlavi, the father of the country's last monarch, nearly four decades after the Islamic Revolution toppled the dynasty.A mob demolished Reza Shah's tomb shortly after the 1979 revolution, and the family lives in exile.Pictures of the body, as well as one man posing with it, quickly ricocheted across social media in Iran.Reza Shah's own rise gave birth to modern Iran, which was still called Persia until he ordered foreign diplomats to cease using the name.Reza Shah died in South Africa in 1944 . His body was taken to Cairo, mummified and remained there for years before being brought to Iran. The shah's family, however, maintained the body remained in Iran.Today, Iran's youth remain fascinated by the time before the revolution.
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