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Other Inscriptions

in Mobarakeh city | Isfahan province
Tourist Attraction

Other Inscriptions

Related to Mobarakeh city (located in Isfahan province)
Other inscriptions of the province are Tang Quchali Inscription and Zarrin Abad Inscription in the main square of the city of Mimeh.
EXPLORE OTHER ATTRACTIONS IN Mobarakeh
There are many Historical Gardens in Isfahan city such as : Chahar baagh, Etemado-doleh Garden, Baba Amir, Badamestan, Haaj Saleh Garden, Abbas-Abad, Jelodaar Garden, ...
This castle is located near Bandar Khamir and the entrance of the same is a spectacular construction of stone and gypsum, and has been built according to European ...
Category: Rivers
This river originates from Kaloon Bastak Mountains where rain and snowfalls are in plentiful. These mountains are to the east and north east of the province and ...
This garden that was built by Masoud Khane Bashti, is a suitable place for tourism activities equipped with necessary facilities. The fertile and virgin lands of ...
In the province of Kohkiluyeh Va Boyer Ahmad, remnants such as Naqareh Khaneh can still be observed. The said are relics from the pre-Islamic era in Iran. The distinct ...
Ilam province is one the important wildlife habitats of western Iran. There live different species of wildlife like partridge, dull-yellow partridge, bustard, pigeon, ...
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In the same direction as the historical site of Naghsh-e-Rajab and at the termination of the Haji-Abad Mountain, there are many historical ruins belonging to the ...
Taq-e Bostan series near Kermanshah is one of the unprecedented historical monuments in Iran and the world which is the first stone animation in the world with ...
These inscriptions are relics from the period of 'Darius' and 'Khashayar Shah' of the Achaemenian era. The said are located 5 km. west of Hamadan ...
Anubanini rock relief (Sar Pol-e-Zahab)
The Anubanini petroglyph (Sar-e Pol-e Zohab II or Sarpol Zohab relief) is a rock relief from the Isin-Larsa period (circa 2300 BC or early second millennium BC) ...
At 76 km. of the Orumieh-Salmas Road there is a village known as Khan Takhti. There is a huge flat slab of stone in the heights on which the encarvings of Khan ...
Naghsh-e Rajab is an archaeological site just west of Istakhr and about 5 km north of Persepolis in Fars Province, Iran.
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