Tourist attractions in SHOOSH (SUSA) (city)

More information about Chogha Zanbil Temple (Ziggurat) in Shoosh (Susa)
Chogha Zanbil Temple (Ziggurat)
in Shoosh (Susa) City
Choqazanbil Temple (Chogha Zanbil Ziggurat) is situated at a distance of 30 km south east of Shoosh (Susa) and 80 km north of Ahvaz in Khuzestan province (Southwest of Iran), and is ... MORE
Choqazanbil Temple (Chogha Zanbil Ziggurat) is situated at a distance of 30 km south east of Shoosh (Susa) and 80 km north of Ahvaz in Khuzestan province (Southwest of Iran), and is the only remnant of an ancient city, that was constructed approximately in 1300 BC. by the king Untash-Napirisha, mainly ...
More information about Shoosh Museum in Shoosh (Susa)
Shoosh Museum
in Shoosh (Susa) City
The Shoosh Museum (Shush Museum or Susa Museum) is situated amidst a garden near the ancient Shoosh Castle, and opposite the Danial-e-Nabi Mausoleum in Khuzestan Province. The construction ... MORE
The Archaeological Museum of Susa (Shush Museum) is located in the ancient city of Susa in Khuzestan province, southwestern Iran, which is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Highlights include a giant double-headed bull, a lion-hugging Hercules and some spooky clay death masks from Haft Tappeh.
More information about Iwan-e Karkheh Ancient City in Shoosh (Susa)
Iwan-e Karkheh Ancient City
in Shoosh (Susa) City
Iwan-e Karkheh (Eivan-e Karkhe) is a monument from the Sassanide period and is located 20km northwest of the ruined city of Shoosh (Susa). It is known as 'Kut Karkheh' or Ivan-e-Kharkheh ... MORE
Iwan-e Karkheh (Eivan-e Karkhe) is a monument from the Sassanide period and is located 20km northwest of the ruined city of Shoosh (Susa). It is known as 'Kut Karkheh' or Ivan-e-Kharkheh palace. A colossal rampart encloses the palace, and on each side there are entrances at regular intervals. ...
The ancient city of Susa (Shoosh or Shush) has been one of the oldest civilization centers and one of the most famous cities in the world. It was the capital of Elamite dynasty for ... MORE
The ancient city of Susa (Shoosh or Shush) has been one of the oldest civilization centers and one of the most famous cities in the world. It was the capital of Elamite dynasty for several thousand years old, as well as the Achaemenid Empire's winter capital. The remnants of Shahoor Palace (built ...
More information about Danial-e-Nabi Mausoleum in Shoosh (Susa)
Danial-e-Nabi Mausoleum
in Shoosh (Susa) City
The same is located on the eastern banks of the Shaoor River. This mausoleum is the resting abode of one of the prophets of the Israelites. The premises has two courtyards, which are ... MORE
The same is located on the eastern banks of the Shaoor River. This mausoleum is the resting abode of one of the prophets of the Israelites. The premises has two courtyards, which are surrounded with chambers and porches. The mausoleum is located at the end of the second courtyard, which has rooms in ...
More information about Acropol (Shoosh) Castle in Shoosh (Susa)
Acropol (Shoosh) Castle
in Shoosh (Susa) City
The Acropol or Shoosh castle was constructed by a group of French archeologists in the year 1897 AD in the highest region of the city. The same is very similar to the Bastille in France. ... MORE
The Acropol or Shoosh castle was constructed by a group of French archeologists in the year 1897 AD in the highest region of the city. The same is very similar to the Bastille in France. This castle has been constructed by Dezful artists and by means of bricks obtained from Darius (Dariush) castle and ...
More information about Apadana (Dariush) Palace in Shoosh (Susa)
Apadana (Dariush) Palace
in Shoosh (Susa) City
This palace was constructed by the order of Darius (Dariush) the Achaemenian on the top of Elamite hillocks and is knwon as Dariush (Apadana) palace. The walls of the palace are made ... MORE
This palace was constructed by the order of Darius (Dariush) the Achaemenian on the top of Elamite hillocks and is knwon as Dariush (Apadana) palace. The walls of the palace are made of sun baked bricks with a brick worked facade, and the pillars are of stone. Apadana Palace consists of a pavillion, ...
More information about Karkheh River Bridge, Dehloran Road in Shoosh (Susa)
Karkheh River Bridge, Dehloran Road
in Shoosh (Susa) City
This bridge is also known as the old Karkheh Bridge or Naderi Bridge. The same is located in Dehloran Road, to the north of the new steel bridge. The ancient bridge was constructed ... MORE
This bridge is also known as the old Karkheh Bridge or Naderi Bridge. The same is located in Dehloran Road, to the north of the new steel bridge. The ancient bridge was constructed of stone, mortar and slabs of sculptured stone. The remnants of which are an arch and a pillar. There is a link between ...
More information about Shoosh Hills (Shahr-e-Shahi) in Shoosh (Susa)
Shoosh Hills (Shahr-e-Shahi)
in Shoosh (Susa) City
The eastern vicinity of the Shoosh hillocks are known as Shahr-e-Shahi. Numerous relics have been discovered here, relative to the Elamite, Achaemenian, Parthian and Sassanide periods. ... MORE
The eastern vicinity of the Shoosh hillocks are known as Shahr-e-Shahi. Numerous relics have been discovered here, relative to the Elamite, Achaemenian, Parthian and Sassanide periods. Besides which the remnants of roads, passages and dwellings have also been discovered here. The discovered relics, ...
More information about Shoosh Mosque in Shoosh (Susa)
Shoosh Mosque
in Shoosh (Susa) City
The remnants of this structure is located on the ancient Shoosh hillock. This mosque consisted of a nocturnal area, with column, a central courtyard and an outer enclosure. The walls ... MORE
The remnants of this structure is located on the ancient Shoosh hillock. This mosque consisted of a nocturnal area, with column, a central courtyard and an outer enclosure. The walls were made of sun baked bricks. It also had a large pillared hall, and brick worked inscriptions in the Kufic script and ...
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