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Achaemenid Royal Palace, Sarvan Village

in Mamasani city | Fars province
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Achaemenid Royal Palace, Sarvan Village

Related to Mamasani city (located in Fars province)
Opposite the Saravan Village, there are ruins relevant to the Achaemenian Dynasty. The 90 cm. base pillars with the same ornamental engravings of the Takht-e-Jamshid pillars, are scattered around the ruins. The mentioned monuments are the remainders of the Achaemenian kingdom Palace.
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