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Archaeological survey confirms Iron Age site

Archaeological survey confirms Iron Age site in northeast Iran

Archaeological survey confirms Iron Age site in northeast Iran   An archaeological site near the city of Neyshabur Iranian archeologist Hassan Basafa said on Wednesday that further surveys confirms the previous notion that Seh Tappeh (meaning three hills), an archaeological site near Neyshabur city in northeast Iran, dates back to the Iron Age. This site belongs to the Iron Age “Seh Tappeh, which is situated near Neyshabur, belongs to the Iron Age according to series of analysis conducted on cultural materials (especially potteries) and architectural remains found in the site,”Read More


Hindu Temple in Bandar Abbas, Southern Iran

Hindu Temple is one of the remarkable historical monuments in Bandar Abbas

Hindu Temple in Bandar Abbas, Southern Iran Temple One of the monuments in Bandar Abbas Hindu Temple is one of the remarkable historical monuments in Bandar Abbas. The building was constructed in 1310 AH (1892 AD) during the reign of Mohammad Hassan Khan Sa’d-ol-Malek, the then ruler of Bandar Abbas, through the offers of Hindus collected by Indian merchants. The building is mainly a central square room on which there is a dome. One of the prototypes is Iranian architecture The architectural style of this dome is unique and independentRead More