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Tagh-e-Bostan cultural tour in Iran. Tagh bostan locate in Kermanshah one of Iran cities. Travel to Kermanshah city the culture city of Iran. You can give visa for Iran to see kermanshah and tagh bostan. thetis travel can will provide you a nice vacation in iran cities. Trekking tour to the nature of kermanshah and Iran.
Taq-e-Bostan Engraving: The "Taq-e-Bostan" (Bostan Arch) or "Taq-e-Vostan" (Vostan Arch) is situated to the right of the city entrance of Kermanshah, and is to the north east of this city. This aggregate which comprises of engravings and epigraphs is related to the Sassanide era. The same is located in the mountain, and together with the natural surroundings, a gorgeous landscape comes into view. On entering this area, the first epigraph is related to Ardeshir II. Ardeshir stands between Ahoura Mazda and Mitra. His face turned towards Ahoura Mazda, and his left hand receiving a wreath of friendship from Ahoura Mazda. Under their feet lies the enemy or "Ahriman".

Persepolis Tours cultural travel

Perspolise is a cultural place in Shiraz. On top of the rocky mountain of Rahmat in the plain of Marvdasht, the ruins of Persepolis palace are pre-eminent. Construction of these palaces started at the time of Darius I (521 BC) and was not completed in less than a period of 150 years. Persepolis is registered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The entrance of the complex is formed by a two-ramp stairway composed of 110 rather wide and short steps. On top of the stairways is the main entrance or “The Great Gate”, marked by two statues of a bull with a human head and a pair of wings. There are two exits, one to the south and the other to the east. The south exit or gate connects to the Apadana Palace.
Persepolis is 125 thousand sq.m. In area. Persepolis was set ablaze by Alexander the Greek (330 BC) after which only ruins have remained. you can contact us to have a attraction tour travel in Iran. we can also provide you a visa. in order to have a visa please fill the visa form.

Golestan Palace Iran

This palace was constructed in the year 1268 AH. under the order of Naseredin Shah. This palace is comprised of the entrance along with various pavillions, such as mirror, diamonds, ivory and crystal pavillions as well as Salam pavillion in which the famous ‘Takht-e-Tavoos’ or ‘the Peacock Throne’ that Nader Shah took as ransom from India in his conquest in 1739, is placed. This throne has seven jewelled stands with two steps. On golestan palace back there is a statue of a dragon. golestan palace has a delicate back seat which is ornamented by beautiful inscriptions.

Chehel Sotune Palace

The Chehel Sotune Palace and its garden cover an area of approximately 67,000 sq. m. This palace was constructed during the reign of Shah Abbas I. Shah Abbas II was also responsible for additions to this palace, such as the hall of mirrors, the hall of 18 pillars and two large chambers facing the north and south. The spectacular hall of mirrors with its decorative mirror work, tile work and paintings, along with its majestic porches and pool which faces this hall, all add to its splendor.
Interesting aspects of the Chehel Sotune Palace.

Bistoon Inscription

The primary scientific studies regarding the engravements and inscriptions of Bistoon were made in 1835, by Henry Rawlinson, a young British officer.

Imam Reza Shrine Mashad

Its importance is due to the presence of the shrine of His Holiness Imam Reza. Imam Reza is a holy place that muslems believe on it. Imam Reza holy shrine in Mashad one of largest country of Iran. Give a visa to Mashad.

Pasargad adventure tours

Shiraz ST. Thaddeust Church. One of the characteristics of Pasargade is the canals made of white stone, which were used, for irrigation.

Bam Citadel

To the north east of the Bam city, in the skirts of a gigantic rock is the foundations of a fortified castle, reputedly known as the Bam Citadel. This citadel was actually the old city of Bam. tour to see adventure of bam in Iran.
The Bam citadel has two mosques, one is the Jame' Mosque and the other the Hazrat Mohammad (AS) Mosque. The Bam Citadel has undergone several repairs.

National Jewelry Museum

The background of National Jewels of Iran dates back to Safavid era in which it was decided that national jewels belong to National Treasury of government, i.e., apart from the personal properties of the sovereign. The valuable collections of this museum comprises of the pink colored diamond of Darya-ye-Noor (182 Carats), the Peacock Throne or Takhte Tavous which was built during the reign of Fathali Shah consisted of twelve different pieces (Joined together) and with 26,733 pieces of jewels attached to it. Have vacation in Iran and specially national jewelry museum.

Choqazanbil Temple (Ziggurat)

Choqazanbil is situated at a distance of 45 km. south east of Shoosh. it is a cultural place in Iran. you can have your vacation in It and is the only remnant of an ancient city, that was constructed approximately in 1300 BC.
The palaces and tombs of the Elamite monarchs are situated between the first and second ramparts. Between the second and the third ramparts, the remnants of the water supply and purification system for city is observed. The water purification system of Choqazanbil was to provide drinking water for citizens which is obviously accounted as one of the most ancient water supply systems. In the center of the third rampart, the main temple (Ziggurat) is placed. This square shaped structure is constructed at the dimensions of 105x105 sq.m. along four main directions.
Choqazanbil Temple (Ziggurat) was constructed by means of millions of bricks, in five floors.
On the brick walls of the temple, same inscriptions designating the name of the king in the Cuneiform script can be observed which reveals the aim of the monarch in the construction of this temple. Near the Choqazanbil Temple (Ziggurat), on the main ground there are two circular platforms.