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Ardeshir-e-Babakan Palace

in Marvdasht city | Fars province
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Ardeshir-e-Babakan Palace

Related to Marvdasht city (located in Fars province)
This rather large monument is made of stone and has three domes with many rooms. The ornaments and carvings on top of the interior doorways are similar to those in Takht-e-Jamshid. This palace has been registered on the list of National Historical Sites.
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