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Tourist Attraction in Kermanshah (city)
Tourist Attraction in Kermanshah (city)
Taq-e Bostan series near Kermanshah is one of the unprecedented historical monuments in Iran and the world which is the first stone animation in the world with fine reliefs of the Ancient Iranian greatness and glory. It is in the heart of Zagros Mountain Range, where it has endured natural phenomena such as wind and rainfall for 1,700 years.
Tourist Attraction in Saravan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Saravan (city)
The petroglyphs of Negaran Valley (literally meaning illustration of the valley) in Saravan are the most important traces of its inhabitants in the hunting era. Negaran Valley is located 36 kilometers northwest of Nahouk Dehestan and 75 kilometers from ...
Tourist Attraction in Eazeh (Izeh) (city)
Tourist Attraction in Eazeh (Izeh) (city)
Kool Farah (Kool-e farah or Kul-e Farah  Rock Relief) is an ancient heritage site near Izeh (Eizeh), Khuzestan Province. This Elamite temple consists of six engravings depicting religious ceremonies and scenes of sacrifice dating back some 3000 years. The ...
Tourist Attraction in Sar Pol-e-Zahab (city)
Tourist Attraction in Sar Pol-e-Zahab (city)
The Anubanini petroglyph (Sar-e Pol-e Zohab II or Sarpol Zohab relief) is a rock relief from the Isin-Larsa period (circa 2300 BC or early second millennium BC) and is located in Kermanshah Province.
Tourist Attraction in Mamasani (city)
Tourist Attraction in Mamasani (city)
Kurangun Relief is located in Fars Province and is a site of an Elamite rock reliefs. This relief shows a God with horned crown sitting on a throne. Behind him sits a goddess who is crowned in the same way. Both hold snakes in one hand. Around these two deities, other characters are seen in outline.
Tourist Attraction in Kermanshah (city)
Tourist Attraction in Kermanshah (city)
The mountainous region of Poraw (Mount Paraw) in the northeast of Kermanshah has an area of about 1,020 sq. km. It consists of various mountains such as Taq ...
A total of fifteen archaeological sites, which embrace a wide variety of prehistoric petroglyphs and rock-carved arts, have been identified in the plains of Meshginshahr county, northwest of the country.
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