The former U.S. embassy in Iran has been turned in an anti-American museum, CBS reported Friday.
The embassy, famously seized in the Iranian Revolution of 1979, is now known by hardliners as the "nest of spies." A mural lining the staircase shows the shows the hardliners’ "deep-seated paranoia and animosity towards America," said CBS correspondent Elizabeth Palmer.
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But while hardliners still view the Unite States as their main enemy, Palmer says, millions want to move past the "clumsy anti-Americanism for a more constructive future."