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I visited here as a part of a business trip while I was acompanying a tourist group of our clients and it was in a really hot summer day, I enjoyed the silence of the history and was thinking how glorious the place is...
Great place. If you are in Persepolis you need to be there too. It is difficult to exaggerate that place. Tombs of the greatest Persian Kings in one places. A lot of history of ancient times. Very good infrastructure. Helpful staff. Unfortunately like almost everywhere...More
KAʿBA-YE ZARDOŠT “Kaʿba of Zoroaster,” an ancient building at Naqš-e Rostam near Persepolis. It probably acquired its name in the 14th century, when sites of ruins all over Persia were associated with personalities from the Qurʾān or the Šāh-nāma. The name does not indicate...More
A magnificent temple that Zoroastrian come along to pray around Naghshe Rostam.
The real ground in the past is surface of this temple. It means that a lot of dust and sand cover the area in the past.
Take a pic- eat and drink- walk...More
If you are planning to go to shiraz first go to Takhte jamshid and you need to start from early morning because lots of things to see. Put Takhte jamshid first then go for Nashe Rostam, so this ancient building from 4000 years ago is...More
This structure stands besides Necropolis, locally known as Naqsh-e Rostam. It looks like the holy shrine of Muslims in Mecca, thus the name kaba. It used to serve a similar purpose when Iran was predominantly a Zoroastrian country nearly 2500 years ago.