800-year-old town in Kish (PHOTOS)

The town which sat on a 120 hectare expanse of land was once a developed population center home to a large number of residents.

The remains of the 800-year-old Hahrireh Town, on the Iranian island of Kish, are a major tourist attraction of the island.

The town which sat on a 120 hectare expanse of land was once a developed population center home to a large number of residents.

The late 1400s is believed to have been the golden age of the town which served as a major port in trading post between Europe in the west and India and China in the east.

 

The following images of Harireh have been released by Fars News Agency:

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