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LONDON A3 A2 A1 City Art Deco Bauhaus Poster Print Vintage Retro 1940's Travel

LONDON City Art Deco Bauhaus Poster Print Vintage Retro Original Design Vogue Cityscape Travel on Etsy,

Magic Carpet Ride.

The Nasīr al-Mulk Mosque (Persian: Masjed-e Naseer ol Molk) is a traditional mosque in Shiraz, Iran. The colors from stained glass are amazing.

Khajou Bridge

The Top 10 Things to Do in Iran 2017 - Must See Attractions in Iran

A vine bridge in Iya Valley, Tokushima, Japan   ..rh

Kazura Bridge(vine bridge), Iya Valley, Miyoshi, Tokushima, Japan is one of the places in my heart. The water that flows through the green rocks like emerald colored glass.

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Two people stand in front of the Colosseum during a snowfall in Rome, Italy, Feb. Schools and public offices were closed and snow-removal crews were in place as Rome was on high alert for a second winter blast.

A great list of things to do in San Fran

markmejia: “ guillee: “ I love this San Francisco poster by Kevin Dart. ” Love this kind of art. ” I love this city. &The City loves me!

Tomb of Cyrus the Great, in Pasargadae, Iran, which was his capital city of the Persian Empire.

Achaemenids (Pasargadae) - The Tomb of Cyrus is the burial place of Cyrus the Great of Persia BC – 530 BC), at the Pasargadae World Heritage Site, Iran.

Sioseh Bridge, Isfahan, Iran

The Khaju Bridge in Isfahan, Iran is multi-functional, serving as a weir and a public meeting place as well as a bridge.

The use of persian rugs?

Touba: Main court of the Theological College of the Mother of the Shah as seen from an archway. Isfahan, IRAN (photo by Roger Wood,

Khaju Bridge, Built in 1650 by Shah Abbas, Esfahan, Esfahan, Iran Photographic Print by Mark Daffey at Art.com

Khaju Bridge, Built in 1650 by Shah Abbas, Esfahan, Esfahan, Iran

The stunning Khaju bridge of Esfahan, Iran, built in the century as a dam across the Zayandeh river. With two gleaming storeys of elegantly tiled arcades and two large pavilions built for Shah Abbas II, it's an enchanting sight.

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Iran Politics Club: Hojatollah Shakiba - Part Persian Ancient Miniatures Gallery

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