Tourist Attraction

Kelishin Inscription

in Oshnavieh city | West Azerbaijan province
Tourist Attraction

Kelishin Inscription

Related to Oshnavieh city (located in West Azerbaijan province)
The same is located in the Kelishin Pass (Oshnavieh), southwest of the Lake Orumieh. The engraving is on a cylindrical column and is written in two Orartoie and Assyrian scripts. The said engraving narrates the victories of one of the Orartoie rulers, after this ruler ascended the throne around 828 BC. It has also mentioned the title and name of the Assyrian monarch.
Oshnewia is bordered by Nagada to the east, by Piranshahr to the south, by Oromie to the north and by Iraqi Kurdistan to the west. The spoken language in the city is Kurdish, but the language which is used in schools and offices is Persian, as the official language of Iran ...
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