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Stock Travel Photo : Detail of ornate blue glazed ceramic tilework on the Amin Khan Madrassah. Uzbekistan - Khorezm - Khiva

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Flag:Flag for Uzbekistan
Country Name:Uzbekistan
State Name:Khorezm
City Name:Khiva
Description:Detail of ornate blue glazed ceramic tilework on the Amin Khan Madrassah.
Keywords:uzbekistan khorezm khiva detail ornate blue glazed ceramic tilework amin khan madrassah silk road blue glazed tiles tilework ceramic traditional historical central asia
Theme:History
Central Asian
……Tilework
Image Size:2848 x 4288 px, 300dpi
ISO:400
ShutterSpeed:1/320
Aperture:9.0
FocalLength:60.0 mm
Equivalent 35mm Sensor Format:90 mm
Lens:18.0-200.0 mm f/3.5-5.6
Camera:NIKON D300
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Uzbek guide tells a tourist couple the history of this fabled Silk Road city.
Tourist woman photographs some blue glazed ceramic tilework on the Mohammed Amin Khan Medressa.
Tourist woman photographs some blue glazed ceramic tilework on the Mohammed Amin Khan Medressa.
Detail of ornate blue glazed ceramic tilework on the Amin Khan Madrassah.
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