Approximately towards the north of Burazjan and on the road leading towards Dalky, a few hills and spaces can be noted on either side of the road. On the right side the remains of a round castle along with a moat surrounding it is seen. Throughout the space around, a number of evidences exists such as pieces of earthenware (from the Parthian period), a millstone, decorative rails, mortar and molten iron that most probably belongs to a foundry of those times. The walls were constructed with cobbled stone and a special kind of gypsum which were used to be utilized in architecture of Sassanian era.
This township is in the north of Bushehr, its center being 'Burazjan', which lies at a distance of 1,147 km. from Tehran. Dashtestan experiences an extremely warm climate and in past was known as 'Shabankareh' its center is the ancient city of 'Eij'. ...
This hillock is accounted as the most valuable in respect to archaeological fields, in Golestan province. The same is located 25 km. north east of Gorgan, covering a vast ...MORE
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