Located in the village of Dah Peer, this hillock shows evidences of earthen ware from the Sassanian period and pots bearing bones. On this hill, is a tomb, reputedly known as Sarmagu (this tomb belongs to a much respected personality of the area). In this region, there are stone columns related to the Parthians. As for relics of the Islamic period, tomb stones with kufic engravings have been also discovered.
This township is located 394 km. from Tehran and in the alluvial plains extend to the Zagross mountains in the west. It has a moderate climate in summer and experiences cold weather in winter. Borujerd is one of the oldest cities of Iran, some think ...
Approximately 4,500 years BC., a community with an interesting civilization was settled in this area and their tools were of stone and bone. There is a possibility that the ...MORE
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