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#114279 - 02/15/03 06:12 PM Built in Tabriz
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This is a photo from Tabriz, Iran.
It was sent to me by someone from Iran, so it is genuine.

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#114280 - 02/17/03 09:14 AM Re: Built in Tabriz
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Kinda reminds me of a fireman's pole. I guess they don't believe in setback requirements for construction.

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#114281 - 02/18/03 05:32 AM Re: Built in Tabriz
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I hate to think what will happen if that building either falls down or gets demolished in the future....

Then again...you don't have to worry about balcony lighting with that setup!!
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#114282 - 02/18/03 07:16 AM Re: Built in Tabriz
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...at least not the 3rd floor guys.
ROFLMAO
This one is really great, and it's even funny for people who haven't even the slightest idea of electricity. Thanks for posting it, I already showed it around all over my school and everybody was laughing his a** off.
This is really a true case of ingenious architecture. Wonder what they'd face if they had built something like this in Austria or in the US.
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