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Chehel Sotun Palace

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Chehel Sotun Palace

The 17th century Chehel Sotun Palace in Isfahan, Iran, is named for its 40 columns: 20 in front of the palace and another 20 reflected in the pool. This was the royal reception hall of Shah Abbas I.

Posted by D-Stanley on 2013-07-05 16:24:51

Tagged: , isfahan , esfahan , iran

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