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One of two early 12th century minarets built by Sultan Mas'ud 111 and Bahram Shah

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One of two early 12th century minarets built by Sultan Mas'ud 111 and Bahram Shah, that served as models for the Minaret of Jam, decorated with square Kufic and Noshki script, Ghazni, Afghanistan, Asia

Copyright © Jane Sweeney

Media ID 1128240

Date: 22nd January 2000

City: Ghazni

Country: AFGHANISTAN

Credit: Jane Sweeney/Robert Harding

Image Size: 5279 x 3518 Pixels

Filesize is 7.71MB

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