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Iran tourism: Taq-e Bostan in autumn

Taq-e Bostan or Bostan Arch is one of the most valuable historical monuments of in the western Iranian city of Kermanshah, bordering Iraq.

It’s a magnificent and magical building dating back to the Sassanid ear.

Taq-e Bostan is visited by large numbers of domestic and foreign tourists every year.

Take a look at the images of this historical masterpiece:

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