PHOTO: Mohammad Ali Khan Qavam al-Molk during the Qajar period

On January 1, 2014 by Physical Culturist

Mohammad Ali Khan Qavam al-Molk during the Qajar period, performing a strength stunt, lifting 2 men.

Mohammad Ali Khan Qavam al-Molk during the Qajar period

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