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Image from page 701 of "Russia, with Teheran, Port Arthur, and Peking; handbook for travellers" (1914)

Identifier: russiawithtehera00karl

Title: Russia, with Teheran, Port Arthur, and Peking; handbook for travellers

Year: 1914 (1910s)

Authors: Karl Baedeker (Firm)

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Publisher: Leipzig, K. Baedeker

  

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WagnertBetes- &eo|r.Establ.,I.eipiil^ i-.15UUUVV^ TEHERAN. 7^- Roide. 5OI cupolas interspersed with green sycamores, and enclosed on the N.and E. by the mountains of the Elbiirz, with the snow-coveredDemavend (p. 505). c. Teheran. Hotels (impreteuding). Hotel, de Paris (PI. a, C 2; formerly EnglishHotel), English cuisine; Hotel de France (PI. b; 0,2), R. 10-15, dej.(12-2 p.m.) 5, D. (7.30-9 p.m.) 5 kran; Hotel, de lEurope (PL c; C, 2),plain, patronized especially by Russians and Austrians, these three in theKhiaban-i-Ala-ed-Dauleh. — R. and table dhote (dej. 6, D. 8 kran) also inthe Club de Teheran (PI. d, C 1; entrance-fee 200, monthly subscription 50kran; introduction through a member necessary), Khiaban-i-Ala-ed-Dauleh. Carriages (phaetons) in the Meidan-i-Tnpkhaneh (PL C, 2; p. 501) 4 kran per hr. within the town, 5 kran outside the town; per drive 2 kran. Tramways (special compartment for Mohammedan women), fare 5 shahi. The general starting-point is the Meidan-i-Tupkhaneh

  

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Taken circa 1914