Tile Working on city walls

Tehran, Shahrak-e Gharb, 2012/6/27

A group of Tile Worker Artists as girls and boys are working on a wall with a design of tiles in Sana’t Square in Shahrak-e Gharb.

Tile Working on city walls

Tile Working on city walls

Tile Working on city walls

Location On Map

~ by Amir on 22 July, 2012.

12 Responses to “Tile Working on city walls”

  1. Very cool. I set tile in the US.

  2. Think I even have the same tile cutter as the guy on the ground 🙂

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