National Geographic : 1921 Apr
THE "BAGH-I-TAKHT," TWO MILES NORTH OF SHIRAZ, BUILT AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY AS AROYAL CARAVANSERAI BY SHAH ABBAS THE GREAT This building of plastered brick, now used by the South Persian Rifles as British instructors' quarters, issupposed tobeone of aseries of999 erected by Shah Abbas. It has suffered considerably in recent years at the hands of raiders. In 1918-19 the wooded park which surrounded it was cleared by the Bushire field force to make an aeroplane landing ground. Below the two mainbuildings are many baths, store-rooms, and dungeons.