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Constitution Movement Inscriptions (Peer-e-Qar)

in Farsan city | Chahar Mahal va Bakhtiyari province
Tourist Attraction

Constitution Movement Inscriptions (Peer-e-Qar)

Related to Farsan city (located in Chahar Mahal va Bakhtiyari province)
Peer-e-Qar is one of the recreational areas of Chahar Mahal which is located in the Mizdaj region. On a part of a stony hillock there are three epigraphs in the Persian script on slabs of stone. These epigraphs narrate the movement of the troops of Bakhtiyari under the command of Sardar As'ad to Tehran, and their contribution in Constitutional Movement.
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