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Bath Castle Hamadan
Iran

Bath Castle, one of the most beautiful baths in Hamedan province which is located with the Islamic Iranian architecture. Bath Castle or Hadj Mohammad Saeed Bath in Qashogh Tarashan parish located in Shariati street. The bathroom is probably built in the late Qajar period and is an area of about a 1500 square meters.

( همدان - حمام قلعه )

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Uploaded: 17/09/2012
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