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Tourist Attraction in Malayer (city)
Tourist Attraction in Malayer (city)
Nushijan Citadel (Nooshijan Fire Temple or Noushijan Tappe) lies 20km northwest of Malayer and 60 kilometers away from Hamadan in Hamedan Province, in the district of Shurkat. In this region three cycles of civilizations have been distinct. The first ...
Tourist Attraction in Qom (city)
Tourist Attraction in Qom (city)
The ancient site of Qoli Darvish Hill located southwest of the city Qom (near Jamkaran) was vacant for more than one thousand years, and then regained its previous glory.
City in 'West Azerbaijan' Province
City in 'West Azerbaijan' Province
Piranshahr was formerly known as Khaneh and due to the tribe of Piran who had their settlement within these limits, which was later on changes to Piran Shahr (the city of Pirans). Its capital city is Piran Shahr. Piran Shahr is on the border towns between ...
Tourist Attraction in Qaem Shahr (city)
Tourist Attraction in Qaem Shahr (city)
Gerdkooh Hills (Gerdkuh or Gerd Kuh ancient hills) with 5000 years history, consists of three hills, the tallest of which is 26 m in height. Their history has been estimated to date back to the iron age. The hills are located in Qaem Shahr (Ghaemshahr) ...
News (August 25, 2021 | 16:02:51)
News (August 25, 2021 | 16:02:51)
Bounded by the Caspian Sea on the north, the province of Gilan situated in northern Iran is extremely rich in Iron Age cultural sites especially cemeteries. Also, Gilan was within the sphere of influence of the successive mighty empires of Achaemenian, Seleucid, Parthian, and Sasanids that ruled Iran until the 7th century CE.
An open-air museum site is planned to be established on the ca. 7000-year-old Qoli Darvish Hill, which is situated in Qom province (near Jamkaran), southern Tehran.
News (November 29, 2019 | 10:10:28)
News (November 29, 2019 | 10:10:28)
The Louvre on Monday hosted an international conference on Tapeh Sialk (“Sialk hills”), which is one of the oldest and richest archaeological sites in Kashan, central Iran.
Foreign visits to Hasanlu Hill (Teppe Hasanlu), a millennia-old archaeological site in northwest Iran, has been on the rise over the past couple of months, director of the historical site has said.
The earliest inscription about Tabriz, referring to the city as Tarui or Tauris, is on the Assyrian King Sargon II's epigraph in 714 BC. Tabriz has been chosen as the capital for some rulers commencing from Atropates era and his dynasty.
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