Persepolis

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Holidays: Tasoa and Ashura, Death of the Prophet (PBUH), Testimony of Imam Jafar Sadegh (AS), Testimony of Imam Ali (AS), Death of Imam Khomeini

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Persepolis

Persepolis with an area of ​​125,000 square meters is located near Marvdasht, Fars province. Persepolis is one of the most magnificent and beautiful man-made monuments and the capital of one of the largest and most powerful empires in the world, the Achaemenid Empire. The Greeks called it Persepolis, which means the center of Persian civilization. Also known as Parseh – Hezaston – Forty Minarets. Persepolis consisted of a series of ceremonial palaces built around 518 BC by Darius the Great and expanded by other Achaemenid rulers over the years. These palaces were burned down by Alexander in 330 BC and probably destroyed much of the Achaemenid culture and art. Persepolis works were excavated after drilling in 1310 AH.

According to archaeological evidence in Persepolis Persepolis, the decoration material of Persepolis resembles the palace of Susa. Apadana Palace – Hadish Palace – Thatcher Palace – Queen’s Palace – Saddstone Palace – Shura Palace – Imperial Treasury Building and … are part of the Persepolis World Collection. The Persepolis Historical Collection is proudly numbered 114 on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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