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The Ziggurat of Chogha Zanbil, located in Khuzestan province in south-western Iran, is a temple of the 13th century BCE that the Elamites had built for their gods.
A Danish archaeologist says Europeans need to know more about Iran, as ancient sites in Iran symbolize some of the most significant turning points in history.
Images of Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System in the southwestern Iranian Province of Khuzestan.
Shadravan Bridge, also known as Caesar Bridge, whose construction dates back to the Sassanid era, is said to be the most ancient bridge in the world.
The Grand Mosque of Farah Abad in Sari, Mazandaran province, is part of Farah Abad historical complex built at the time of Shah Abbas Safavi (In around 1791).
Sistan and Baluchestan province in south-eastern Iran is where one of the world’s oldest cultures and civilizations has been formed and developed.
The Iranian embassy in Romania recently held an exhibition on the Iranian culture and civilization, which received considerable attention in the Eastern European country.
The skeleton of a baby girl dating back 5,000 years has been unearthed in northern Iran.
Tajabad Caravanserai, one of the rarest circular caravanserais of Iran, is located in the village of Tajabad in western Hamadan province.