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Old Dehdasht

in Dehdasht city | Kohgiluyeh va Boyer-Ahmad province
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Old Dehdasht

Related to Dehdasht city (located in Kohgiluyeh va Boyer-Ahmad province)
Based on the historical writings, this area was called Belad Shapour in the past and was founded by Shapour I, the son of Ardeshir Sasanid I. Based on documents of Fars Nameh-ye- Naseri, it was one of the ancient cities that has witnessed lots of damages at the end of the Safavid era, as its trading routes were insecure. Whereas during the Zandieh period, this region faced further decline and plunder. Historical remnants such as the water reservoir, Imamzadeh, and citadel, of which its tower and rampart have been observed. Materials such as gypsum, plaster, lime and mortar, and stone slabs, have been used in their construction. The ceiling of the dome of the public bath is only of brick.
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Dehdasht City in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province is limited in the north by Baq-e-Malek, Eazeh (Khuzestan province) and Lordegan (Chahar Mahal Va Bakhtiyari province) and in the south by Gachsaran, in the west are the cities of Behbahan and Ramhormoz ...
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