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تاریک‌خانه

The section „tārīkḫāne“ (darkroom) presents one old photograph every week. Suggestions are always welcome.

Army general Konstantin Gilchevsky was stationed in the Caucasus, Turkey and Iran from 1889 to 1899, and took photographs of everyday life. Here we see the Shah Mosque (مسجد شاه‎‎), also known as the Soltāni Mosque (مسجد سلطانی) in Tehran, Iran. Courtesy of the Zolotarev Collection.
Russian army general Konstantin Gilchevsky was stationed in the Caucasus, Turkey and Iran from 1889 to 1899, and took photographs of everyday life. Here we see the Shah Mosque (مسجد شاه‎‎), also known as the Soltāni Mosque (مسجد سلطانی) in Tehran, Iran. Courtesy of the Zolotarev Collection.

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