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Hassanloo Hill

Related to Naqadeh city (located in West Azerbaijan province)
Teppe Hasanlu (Tappeh Hassanlou) is an archeological site of an ancient city located in northwest Iran in West Azerbaijan Province, a short distance south of Lake Urmia. This hillock lies 12km to the north east of Naqadeh (Naghadeh) next to the Hassanloo Village.

It is about 20m higher than Godar River which is flowing at its foot. Its ...
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Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
The site was inhabited fairly continuously from the 6th millennium BC to the 3rd century AD. | Copyright: Mahdi Rahnavard
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
The site was inhabited fairly continuously from the 6th millennium BC to the 3rd century AD. | Copyright: Mahdi Rahnavard
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
Hasanlu Tepe is the largest site in the Gadar River valley and dominates the small plain known as Solduz. | Copyright: Ali Ghayour
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
The site consists of a 25 m high central "citadel" mound, with massive fortifications and paved streets, surrounded by a low outer town, 8 m above the surrounding plain. | Copyright: Mahdi Zavar
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
The entire site, once much larger but reduced in size by local agricultural and building activities, now measures about 600 m across, with the citadel having a diameter of about 200 m.
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
Hasanlu Tepe is the largest site in the Gadar River valley and dominates the small plain known as Solduz. | Copyright: Ali Entezari
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
Hasanlu Tepe is the largest site in the Gadar River valley and dominates the small plain known as Solduz. | Copyright: Ali Entezari
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
It is famous for the Golden bowl of Hasanlu and the Hasanlu Lovers, which were identified as two males, found by a team from the University of Pennsylvania led by Robert Dyson.
تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Jaam-e Zarrin-e Hassanloo
The reputed Gold Cup or Goblet of Hassanloo (known as the 'Jaam-e-Zarrin-e-Hassanloo'), 21 cm in height, 6 cm in circumference , weighing 590 gr. of pure gold was discovered is this hillock.
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
The site was inhabited fairly continuously from the 6th millennium BC to the 3rd century AD.
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
Hasanlu Tepe is the largest site in the Gadar River valley and dominates the small plain known as Solduz.
تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Jaam-e Zarrin-e Hassanloo
It is famous for the Golden bowl of Hasanlu and the Hasanlu Lovers, which were identified as two males, found by a team from the University of Pennsylvania led by Robert Dyson.
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
Hasanlu Tepe is the largest site in the Gadar River valley and dominates the small plain known as Solduz. | Copyright: Mahdi Rahnavard
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
The site consists of a 25 m high central "citadel" mound, with massive fortifications and paved streets, surrounded by a low outer town, 8 m above the surrounding plain.
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
The entire site, once much larger but reduced in size by local agricultural and building activities, now measures about 600 m across, with the citadel having a diameter of about 200 m. | Copyright: Ali Entezari
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
The site is also known for a 3000-year old cemetery that some researchers suggest could include the burial of transgender people. | Copyright: Ali Entezari
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
The entire site, once much larger but reduced in size by local agricultural and building activities, now measures about 600 m across, with the citadel having a diameter of about 200 m. | Copyright: Ali Entezari
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
The site is also known for a 3000-year old cemetery that some researchers suggest could include the burial of transgender people. | Copyright: Ali Entezari
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
Hasanlu Tepe is the largest site in the Gadar River valley and dominates the small plain known as Solduz. | Copyright: Mahdi Zavar
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
Hasanlu Tepe is the largest site in the Gadar River valley and dominates the small plain known as Solduz. | Copyright: Mahdi Zavar
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
The site consists of a 25 m high central "citadel" mound, with massive fortifications and paved streets, surrounded by a low outer town, 8 m above the surrounding plain. | Copyright: Mahdi Zavar
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
Hasanlu Tepe is the largest site in the Gadar River valley and dominates the small plain known as Solduz.
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
Hasanlu Tepe is the largest site in the Gadar River valley and dominates the small plain known as Solduz.
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
Hasanlu Tepe is the largest site in the Gadar River valley and dominates the small plain known as Solduz.
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
Hasanlu Tepe is the largest site in the Gadar River valley and dominates the small plain known as Solduz.
Teppe Hasanlu,Tappeh Hassanlu,Tappeye Hasanlou,تپه حسنلو,tape hasanlou,tappeh hasalou,Teppeye Hasanlu,tepeh hasanlou,tepeh hasanlo,tepeh hasanloo
Tappeh Hassanlu (Teppe Hasanlou) - Naghadeh (Naqadeh)
The site was inhabited fairly continuously from the 6th millennium BC to the 3rd century AD. It is famous for the Golden bowl of Hasanlu and the Hasanlu Lovers, which were identified as two males, found by a team from the University of Pennsylvania
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Naqadeh is in the midst of the townships of Mahabad, Piran Shahr, Oshnavieh and Orumieh, and is the axis of communications due to its position. This city had had many historical upheavals and various historical relics and vestiges have been excavated in the Hassanloo hills ...
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