Shushtar Historical Hydraulic Systems

Shushtar Historical Hydraulic Systems, a unique technique of ancient times which was developed to pave the roads of occupation in a semi-desert land. Dating back to the 5th century BC, the system was built imaginatively by the famous Achaemenid king of old Persia, Darius the Great. Due to an amazing human interaction with the environment, [...]
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Shahre Sukhte, The Burnt City

This mysterious outstanding UNESCO site is located 56 km of Zabol road to Zahedan in Sistan and Baluchistan province. This vast archaeological site is made of mud-bricks in the Bronze age. Covering 151 hectares, Shahre Sukhte was one of the largest cities at the time. It dates back to the Bronze Age inhabited from 3200 [...]
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Persepolis Palace – The Glory of Persia

Persepolis palace, the most popular Iranian monument is a set of very magnificent palaces and the name of the spring ceremonial capital of the Great Achaemenid Empire. It has been the most important monument in old Iran in terms of scope and grandeur. Persepolis is the capital of the first global empire, the Achaemenid. Constructing […]

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