Author: Paul Nadar
Source: The Internet
Owner: Paul Nadar
Location: Taskent, Uzbekistan
Link to: Website
Footnote under the photo.
8. Pavilion of Pervushin brothers (at the centre) and pavilion of Metrikov (on the right).
Descriptions of all pavilions at this exhibit can be found at:
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Maev N. Turkestanian exhibit of 1890. Guide on exhibit and its departments. Tashkent, 1890. In Russian.
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