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Great emka 2022-01-15 4:03

Hello Gert, Good quality for the half-century-old picture. Interesting composition. It looks different now. First of all, there is no street with cars but there are still many cabs. Also, there is no such low fence. I will try to find a similar view in my archive.
I found Esfahan to be the most interesting Iranian city and I visited some. But Shiraz is also charming.

Best regards MAlgo

PS. Would you like me to post a few photos from there?

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Thank you Malgo,
The changes you mention sound like fairly small details. The Google view shows this place much as I remember it.
You should post photos from wherever you like yourself, but if you refer to Shiraz in the PS I was surprised that you hardly posted any street photos. I have seen pictures of the city on TE earlier and it looked very interesting. Maybe even charming.
Have a nice weekend.
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Old 01-15-2022, 01:25 PM
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Hi Gert,
It has been my dream to see the city of Hafez and Persepolis for more than forty years but when finally I went there I posted 8 photos from both places. Why? I didn't know what to choose and I visited many other interesting places as well. And I found Shiraz really charming, maybe more than Esfahan. Persepolis is magnificent.
Maybe I will find something, but when?

Have a nice day

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