A joint study between Iran's Cultural Heritage Organization, the Louvre, and the Institut Francais de Recherche en Iran also verifies the oldest settlements in SialkHills to date to around 6000-5500 BC.
The modest Kashan National Museum, which occupies a small pavilion in the grounds of Fin Garden showcases some fine examples of Kashani velvet and brocade, and has some ceramics and calligraphy on display. A scale model of the garden helps to show its perfect proportions from an aerial perspective.
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.
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