An Incredible touch to Persian Antiquity! One of the great wonders of the ancient world.It was conceived by Darius the Great who (520 BC) inherited the responsibility for ruling the world's first known empire founded by his predecessor, Cyrus the Great.
The Achaemenid Museum is situated in the Khashayar Shah's Harem (Queen's Palace) in Persepolis Palace (Takht Jamshid) - Marvdasht near Shiraz in Fars Province. It was inaugurated in 1938 under the name of Takht-e-Jamshid (Persepolis). In this ...
City of poets, Shiraz is home to the graves of Hafez and Sa'di, both major pilgrimage sites for Iranians. It's also home to splendid gardens, exquisite mosques and whispered echoes of ancient sophistication that reward those who linger beyond the customary excursion to nearby Persepolis: the area's major tourist destination.
Naqsh-e Rustam (meaning Throne of Rustam) is located approximately 5 km (3 miles) to the northwest of Persepolis, the capital of the former Achaemenid (Persian) Empire.
In the same direction as the historical site of Naghsh-e-Rajab and at the termination ...
Narenjestan-e Qavam Garden or the Qavam House is a historic house and museum in Shiraz. The magnificent mansion is an architectural marvel from the Qajar era and is located within a 3,500 square-meter garden.
It's a treasure in the heart of Tehran's old city center and the building itself is worth visiting. Located in a pedestrian area, it can be a part of a day trip full of fun and new discoveries. The museum itself can be very interesting for art and history lovers, and anyone who cares about the cultural heritage of Iran and Persian Empire.
The Mausoleum of Avicenna (Abu Ali Sina) is a complex located at Avicenna Square, Hamadan, Iran. Dedicated to the Iranian polymath Avicenna, the complex includes a library, a small museum, and a spindle-shaped tower inspired by the Ziyarid-era Kavus Tower.
Naqsh-e Rustam is an ancient necropolis, located in the village of Zangi-Abad, to the north of the city of Marvdasht in Fars province. This ancient site which is in a 6 km distance from Persepolis (Takht-e Jamshid), has been a home to ancient Iranian rock reliefs from Elamite, Achaemenid, and Sassanid periods. It lies a few hundred meters from Naqsh-e Rajab, with four further rock reliefs, three of them celebrating kings and one a high priest.
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