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Iranian woman in front of Chor Minor in Bukhara Uzbekistan
Iranian woman in front of Chor Minor in Bukhara Uzbekistan. Chor Minor (also spelled Char Minar) means "four minarets" in Tajik. The towers are technically not minarets; the building functioned as the gatehouse to a long-gone madrassa. The towers are topped with attractive aqua-colored tiles that are common in Bukhara's historic sites. Photo taken on July 10, 2012.

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  DamonLynch's Salamfolio Keywords: iran iranian woman chor minor bukhara uzbekistan women young Item ID: 10857  |  Published: 08-12-2012  |  Viewed: 261  |  Downloads: 0  |  Category: Women Architecture and Buildings Travel