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Iran is known to the world as Persia, also to an extent known as Greater Iran. Iran is the habitat one of the world’s oldest continuous major civilizations, with historical and urban settlements dating back to 7000 BC.
Tourist Attraction in Bandar Abbas (city)
Tourist Attraction in Bandar Abbas (city)
In Bandar Laft there is the remains of an ancient quay, which is most probably related to the Medes, Achaemenians and Sassanids. This pier is 130 m. in length and has a solid flooring, to the thickness of 7 m. The walls of this construction is of stone ...
City in 'Hormozgan' Province
City in 'Hormozgan' Province
Bandar-e Lengeh is situated at a distance of 1,631 km. from Tehran in HORMOZGAN Province. It is to the west of the province and the coasts of the Persian Gulf, and has a warm and humid climate. There is a strong possibility that 'Bandar-e-Gugana' ...
Tourist Attraction in Behbahan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Behbahan (city)
The Tak Ab Gorge is located 20 km. northeast of Behbahan, and is also known as 'Darband-e-Pars'. In the natural terrain of this gorge, parts of the gravel walk or flagstones (for the royalty) from the Achaemenian era have been remained. On the top of ...
Tourist Attraction in Hamadan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Hamadan (city)
This palace is located in the city of Hamadan, dating to the 6th century BC. The said structure is from the times of the 'Medes'. 'Kiyakesar Madi' and 'Nabopolasar Baboli' were responsible for building this structure in the year 614 BC. The decorative ...
Tourist Attraction in Hamadan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Hamadan (city)
The ancient Hegmatanen hill is located at the entrance of Hamadan city. Relics discovered from this hill are, a golden tablet (from the times of Ariamaneh, the father of Arsham), the golden cup (related to Khashayar Shah, the offspring of Darius) dating ...
Tourist Attraction in Hamadan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Hamadan (city)
This hill lies at a distance of 2.5 km. north of the Hegmataneh hill. This hill is about 10 m. higher than the surrounding area, and due to presence of a river is divided into two parts. The covering area is equivalent to 1 sq.km. Historically, this ...
Tourist Attraction in Harsin (city)
Tourist Attraction in Harsin (city)
Bistoon is a part of the Harsin township and comprises of two villages named as "Chamchal" and "Shinez". Bistoon the center of the Chamchal Village is located in a mountainous area. The Dinvar River takes its source from four branches originating from ...
Tourist Attraction in Ilam (city)
Tourist Attraction in Ilam (city)
Located 18 kilometers northwest of Ilam between the Piran and Khorheh Mountains, this village enjoys a moderate and semi-humid climate. The Chardavol River, that originates from Kabir Kooh, flows inside the village and joins the Seimareh River. The most ...
Tourist Attraction in Kazeroon (city)
Tourist Attraction in Kazeroon (city)
At the vicinity of Naqsh-e-Rostam, on two sides of the Haji Abad Mountain, two small stony towers exist which belong to the Achaemenian period. On top of these towers some holes are seen which were supposed to be the fire places. On much higher spots ...
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