Arg-é Bam
Bam, Iran
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One of the largest adobe buildings in the world.

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under preservation
11 August 2011
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The citadel of Arg-é Bam: The world's largest adobe structure, dating to at least 500 BCE.

image: Ales.kocourek | CC-BY-SA_black.png some rights reserved
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