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Kharman Hill

in Germi city | Ardabil province
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Kharman Hill

Related to Germi city (located in Ardabil province)
This archaeological hill is located in Sheikhlar Village in Germi. The objects found there date back to the Parthian period. In the vat-shape graves, beside the dead bodies often ceramic animal statues (20-25 cm) as well as ornamental stones, silver bracelet, ceramic objects, and earthenware, have been identified.
Germi township in Ardebil Province is located between two low mountain ranges enjoying a warm climate in summers but pleasant and moderate weather in winter. The discovered vestiges indicate that the city is very old and its antiquity dates back to the Parthian period. The ...
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Other historical castles are Heer in the south of Ardabil, Qiz in Germi and Deeve in Meshkin Shahr.
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