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2011-05-23 21:01:11
It's one of the famous Persian gardens, which has designed and built in Mohammad Taghi Khan time (the Zand period), Vestibule edifice and wind catcher form the most interesting construction of this complex, in which the combination of air and water flows has done in a very beautiful shape. With the height of 33m, wind catcher of Dolat Abad garden is the engineering masterpiece and genius indicator of Yazd architects.

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Categories:  [Architecture] [Travel] 

Tags: architecture behzad dowlat edifice iran Persian tradition Vestibule yazd

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Often, people use the word "breathtaking" without meaning it literally. This photo and the architecture are breathtaking, and I really mean it!

Stephen on 25th May 2011 @ 7:59pm

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