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Dushanbe - Tajikistan

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I mailed them to ask for permission and the answer was:

As far as I know, these photos are all public domain and you may use them. The author of this website has retired and isn't available to make verification. However, please copy and save them quickly if you haven't already because this website is going to be removed.

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