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An excellent lesson of geology and anthropology

The iron age museum is an archaeological field, in which you can see the ancient tombs: the corps... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Mina I
Tabriz, Iran
smell of ancient History!

I think this can be really the best unique thing you can visit in Tabriz! despite its not so... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Tabriz, Iran
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Imam Street | next to the Blue Mosque, Tabriz 413, Iran
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The iron age museum is an archaeological field, in which you can see the ancient tombs: the corps, the special objects buried with the dead,.... It is also a great place for studying geology, you can completely see geologic layers of earth in Tabriz. It...More

Thank Mina I
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I think this can be really the best unique thing you can visit in Tabriz! despite its not so popular and even locals doesn't know much about it but it's really amazing seeing the body and the soil layers that have been appeared exactly from...More

Thank Ahad-IranTourGuide
Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile

For me it's a very special place full of unique history and stories! There you can travel in time and go back to the history of Tabriz layer by layer thanks to the remaining traces of layers on the wall! There are traces on the...More

1  Thank sadTabriz
Reviewed 5 April 2018

it was around 20 years ago that Tabriz municipality planned for a big mall in the area which now the museum is located . the area is a historical area and seems a lot of items were demolished and destroyed during excavation and construction activity...More

1  Thank MohammadNejad
Reviewed 27 December 2017

When the archaeological researches started at the museum's site, we had the chance to have a visit to the excavation works and the explored stuff including bronze kitchenware and iron weapons. There was more than 40 graves all accommodated human skeletons in couples. The explored...More

1  Thank Kaiseri
Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

This is my own experience: I said wow! Here's my hometown and I didn't know that I am in an ancient civilization related to Iron age! In a strange way, whoever had been buried those times have been saved almost completely because of minerals and...More

Thank Sarvi A
Reviewed 13 October 2016

there was many kids adults and couple death body there was ancient cemetery after big earthquake in many years ago that cemetery Buried after 8000 years Scientists find this cemetery that was awsome

3  Thank triptavel
Reviewed 9 September 2016 via mobile

It's a small but very interesting place to visit. The bodies had survived 5000 years. And the bodies were placed all in foetus position ( believing they will wake up for the new life )and was believed that the ones facing the sun had died...More

3  Thank Nooshin F
Reviewed 9 August 2016

It is an extraordinary museum. It was a cemetery and people was buried like a fetus with objects and foods because of circle life. The good news is archeologists kind of decided not to move them to a museum and make that place to a...More

2  Thank SamiraPez
Reviewed 7 May 2016

it is a site museum ! it mean that have real things in real location in 8 meter under ground historical bone and lifte from 3000 years ago city center in tabriz

1  Thank mostafa-ir
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26 July 2015|
Response from reza_tourguide | Reviewed this property |
Hello Faranak. Thanks for asking . you may have some information from other sources. But I will tell you what I know about this site. about 20 years ago when the municipality destroyed the houses around the blue mosque in... More