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Overlooking the area from the bridge gives a false impression if the scale of what was built and when! Clear water coming from every direction and for Iran, a lot of wildlife ... Turtles, wild geese, herons and fish. Make use of a local guide...More
Shushtar is UNESCO World Heritage, because of its unique antique water regulation system. Water comes through canals, Qanats, the underground water canals, it feeds a lot of watermills. This is the most spectacular part, but if you pass the surrounding fields you see the abundance...More
We visited the hydraulic dam first thing in the morning, when it wasn't scorching hot. Entry IDR200.000. A lot of the areas are shut off so to make the most of your visit head up the hill to Marashi House once you have finished exploring....More
This is definitely an amazing engineering site to see. Can be appreciated very well from various viewpoints around it, the bridge near the entry gate, as well as from the historic house on the hill nearby which has free entry but erratic opening times. There...More
I am from Iran. My father was born in Shushtar. This city has a very ancient history. This history mainly return back to Sasanid Dynasty. At that time the king came to Shushtar during winter time. There is another historical site near Shushtar named Susa...More
One of the suprises of our trip, was great just strolling around this site in the evening hearing the waterfalls and reading about the history of the different uses this site had throughout its history. From being used as a mill to make flour to...More
The hydraulic system at Shustar can be traced back to 5 C BC (some parts of it), that is the Age of Darius the Great Achaemenid King.
This ancient water system of dams, canals, tunnels and water mills is really worthy of a detailed visit....More
This is the place where you have to visit if you come to Khuzestan province. It is great rather than historical for the visitors love water system and maybe it is useful in nowadays mayor system!
Try yo plan for visiting here as it closes...More