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Iran Attractions
Naghshe rostam
The Zoroastrian Cube The Zoroastrian cube is a religious building located in necropolis which seems to be built about 2500 years ago, during Achamanid Dynasty. The structure was built ‏ on a 3 Steps platform, as the foundation, ‏ and has cubic form with almost a hipped-roof at the top, it had been made out...
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naghesh-e-jahan
Naqsh-e Jahan square is one of the most important historic places in Iran. It was built during the 16th century by the order of the safavid king, Shah Abbas the 1st the great. Actually Shah Abbas after choosing Isfahan as the new capital of the dynasty, Tabriz was the first and Qazvin was the second,...
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Vontas Gall ( Naprizhia )
One of the most famous and most powerful kings of Ilam was the Iqai Halkid dynasty. Ontas Gale was born to the Hombu Bimena and was born in the mother of Kasi, named “O-Tic”. He officially assumed power in 1265 BC. There is not much information about his military and political work, but according to...
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Persepolis
in 518 BCE, a number of the most experienced engineers, architects, and artists have been called on from the quadrilateral of the universe to engage and think through the first building that could symbolize global unity, peace, and equality for thousands of years. Parseh, Persepolis, Police wanders, thousand pillars or forty menars, the magnificent capital...
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Salman's vault
The largest writing line of the New Elam, the Tarisha or the vault Salman, is the largest new writing line in the New Ilam. There are four outstanding reliefs invault( ashkoft) Salman, two of which are inside the cave and two others outside the cave. The greatest inscription on the line of the Ilamic cave...
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Avon District in Ilam
Avan is a name repeatedly repeated by Elamites and Sumerians and Akkadians in the inscriptions. The Sumerian scribes introduced Avon as part of the Ilam, and called the city of “ar-u-ra-wa” as well as the city called “sog-cole-half” meaning Elamite Lightning Because the city has bitumen resources, which is probably near the present day Dehloran....
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Lion Elamite
The New Ilam period is probably the 8th or 7th century BC, discovered in 1904 by Jacques Demorgan, in the southeast of the Inchushinak Temple in Susa. This work is kept in the Louvre Museum. Length: 1 meter 36 cm high and 65 cm high glazed flower. This statue was probably beside the entrance to...
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Khorangan
The Khorangan (Curungon) embossed. The Nangarest is located near the Nurabad Mamasani on a body of one of the mountains called Korangon Mountains, with an altitude of about 100 meters. This prominent role is the worship of a holy couple, and 72 other small and bigger images of worshipers around that have been eroded over...
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Chogha Zanbil
Choghazenbil is the largest and the most famous wibrked left of Ilam and Khuzestan civilization Chogha Zanbil (meaning “overturned hill” in the Lori language) was named Ziggurat and was called “Zagrate” in the ancient Elamite language, located 40 kilometers south-east of Susa. It was built by the great king of the Haggai Dynasty, the Monastery...
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