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Taq-i Telpaq Furushon.
At Taq-i Telpaq Furushon it was possible to purchase luxurious headgears: skull-caps embroidered with gold-thread and beads, fur-hats, and turbans skillfully rolled up. Five streets at different angles reached the building. Architects solved this complex problem by making way for the street between six radially dispersing pylons carrying a low cylindrical cupola (of 14.5 meters in diameter) with dodecahedral skylight. The gallery with niches and storerooms around the hall were erected on 12 axes.