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Shirin Va Farhad Tomb

in Chaldran (Siyah Cheshmeh) city | West Azarbaijan province
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Shirin Va Farhad Tomb

Related to Chaldran (Siyah Cheshmeh) city (located in West Azarbaijan province)
This rocky mauloleum has been dug out on the skirts of the mountains having numerous chambers of stone. It dates back to the first millennium BC. and to the Orartoie era.
The township of Chaldran is to the northwest of Iran, with the city of Khoy to the south and Maku to the north. From the south, it is about 150 km. away from Turkey. In the year 920 AH., Shah Esmail Safavid and Soltan Saleem Osmani signed a treaty in ...
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