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Sa'ad-od-Dowleh Passage in Qazvin, north of Iran. This Passage belongs to the Qajar era when a local aristocrat named Sa'ad-od-Dowle, which means fortune of the state, constructed a huge complex, resembling modern malls, of a bazaar, several caravanserai, several passages, schools, water reservoirs and so forth. Today the complex is renovated and refurbished in a way that is very much similar to a huge, but enchanting and pleasant mall.

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