National Geographic : 1946 Mar
00 Ewing Galloway Tier on Tier, Like a Cliff Dwellers' Pueblo in Arizona, a Mountaineers' Village Soars inNorthwestern Iran This eagle's nest of timber and stone occupies a commanding position against surprise. It quarries the hillside for building material, saving valley soil for crops. Flat roofs serve as storage bins, workshops, and observation platforms. The lofty range, Qara Dagh, rises in Azerbaijan, where Iran meets Russia (map, pages 396-7).