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Iraq Old Real Photo Postcard Arch of Ctesiphon Palace Ruins, Salman Pak, BaghdadVintage Old Real Photo Photograph Photographic Postcard. Middle East, Iraq, Ctesiphon Arch, Gate, Ruins, Eastern bank of Tigris. Baghdad Bagdad.
Publisher: Boesinger & Co., Baghdad (Iraq)
Background: Tāq Kasrā, Taq-i Kisra or Taq-e Kesra or Ayvān-e Kesrā are the remains of a Sasanian-era Persian monument, dated to c. the 3rd to 6th-century, which is sometimes called the Arch of Ctesiphon.It is located near the modern town of Salman Pak, Iraq. It was the facade of the main palace in Ctesiphon, and is the only visible remaining structure of the ancient capital city.
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