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non (bread) Baked In Clay Ovens. Photo © Anatoliy Rakhimbayev, By Arrangement With Drik Picture Library Ltd, Www.drik.net

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Woman selling traditional Uzbekistan Obi-non (bread) baked in clay ovens.
Photo © Anatoliy Rakhimbayev, by arrangement with Drik Picture Library Ltd, www.drik.net
Woman selling traditional Uzbekistan Obi-non (bread) baked in clay ovens. Photo © Anatoliy Rakhimbayev, by arrangement with Drik Picture Library Ltd, www.drik.net
Woman selling traditional Uzbekistan Obi-non (bread) baked in clay ovens.
Photo © Anatoliy Rakhimbayev, by arrangement with Drik Picture Library Ltd, www.drik.net


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