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Handmade woven rug and tapestry, vintage carpets on a Turkish bazaar. Traditional Turkey rugs in Egypt Bazaar Turkey
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Handmade woven rug and tapestry, vintage carpets on a Turkish bazaar. Traditional Turkey rugs in Egypt Bazaar Turkey
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Carpet on the wall in shop, Istanbul, Turkey
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Many carpets in the shop in Istanbul, Turkey
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Handmade woven rug and tapestry, vintage carpets on a Turkish bazaar. Traditional Turkey rugs in Egypt Bazaar Turkey
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Mix of nuts and almond seeds for sale on the Grand Bazaar in Tehran city, capital of Iran and Tehran Province
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Handmade woven rug and tapestry, vintage carpets on a Turkish bazaar. Traditional Turkey rugs in Egypt Bazaar Turkey
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Details of building in complex of mosque and Mausoleum of Shah Cheragh in Shiraz city, capital of Fars Province in Iran
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Ruins of the Tachara, Palace of Darius the Great, Persepolis, ceremonial capital of Achaemenid Empire, Fars Province, Iran
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Studio shot of young handsome Persian man ready for Valentine's day isolated against white background in black and white
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Iran, Central Iran, Shiraz, Tomb of Hafez, Iranian poet, Farsi lettering on the tomb
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the shah mosque famous landmark on Naqsh-e Jahan Square in isfahan city iran
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Iran, Central Iran, Shiraz, Tomb of Hafez, Iranian poet, tilework
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in shop in Isfahan, capital of Isfahan Province in Iran
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A dancing dervish and three musicians?(Persian, 1555-1591), 1637. Creator: Unknown
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Iran, Fars Province, Persepolis, World Heritage of the UNESCO. Bas-relief
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footbridge on ziggurat structure in large ancient archeological site called Tepe Sialk in Kashan, capital of Kashan County, Iran
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Naqsh-e Rostam, necropolis, Fars Province, Iran
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aqueduct seen from old, abandoned part of Kharanaq village in Ardakan County, Yazd Province, Iran
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Marble Throne (Takht e Marmar) building built in 1806 by order of Fath Ali Shah, part of Golestan Palace in Tehran city, Iran
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