Attrazioni Persepolis


Apadana attractionPersepolis Dario I, il grande Re Achaemeno, creò, riorganizzò e unificò un Impero che alla fine era il più grande ed il più efficentemente amministrato di qualsiasi altro dell’antichità. Dario concepi’ Persepolis,il suo inimitabile splendore, cosi’ evidente ancora oggi, nonostante i saccheggi degli invasori stranieri e secoli di esposizione alla corrosione del tempo,come il centro spirituale dell’Impero. L’opera di costruzione,iniziata da Dario nel ………A.C., fu portata avanti dai suoi due immediati successori, Serse(465A.C.) e Artaserse(465-424 A.C.), divenendo una magnifica testimonianza delle opere del regno Achaemenide. I più importanti edifici di Persepolis furono assiepati su una terrazza di roccia naturale (Takht-e-Jamshid), che per tre lati si erge di dodici metri sopra la pianura e, nel quarto lato, si appoggia ad una piccola montagna.

Ci sono circa quindici edifici principali che includono la Apadana, la Hull delle Cento Colonne, la Porta della casa di Serse, il Tesoro, l’Harem, il cosidetto Palazzo Centrale, i Palazzi delle Maestà Dario il Grande, Serse, Artaserse I e Artaserse III. Persepolis era il luogo dove i Re Achaemenidi usavano celebrare il Nuovo Anno Iraniano (Nu Ruz), tenere le feste religiose in gloria alle opere fatte dai loro antenati, ricevere delegazioni straniere ed essere cremati da quando fu cremato, per la prima volta, sulla nuda terra, Alessandro di Macedonia nel 330 A.C..
Perspolis attractionAltri importanti resti consistono in colonne di pietra con capitelli e basi lavorate, porte e finestre con stipiti di pietra, facciate e scale, molte delle quali con bassorilievi e sculture. Tutto ciò fa di Persepolis uno dei luoghi più imponenti del mondo antico.
 

 

 

Persepolis

Persepolis (Old Persian: 'Parsa', New Persian: تخت جمشید, 'Takht-e Jamshid') was an ancient ceremonial capital of the second Iranian dynasty, the Achaemenid Empire, situated some 70 km northeast of modern city of Shiraz, not far from where the small river Pulwar flows into the Kur (Kyrus). To the ancient Persians, the city was known as Parsa, meaning the city of Persians, Persepolis being the Greek interpretation of the name meaning Persian meaning city. In contemporary Iran the site is known as Takht-e Jamshid (Throne of Jamshid).

The largest and most complex building in Persepolis was the audience hall or Apadana with 36 columns, accessible by two monumental stairs. services visa bam citadel bistoon cip vip. Perspolise trekking tour travel in iran. persepolise cultural historical palace in Iran.

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Ancient capital of Persia, now located around 50 kilometers from Shiraz in Iran. Persepolis has its name from Greek, meaning 'City of Persians'.

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The Persians called the city Persa at least as early as the time of the rule of Darius 1 around 500 BCE. Darius made Persepolis the new capital of his kingdom, replacing Pasargadae. It gradually faded, though it survived the change of dynasties. With the coming of the 3rd century CE, and the Sasanid empire, politics took away the importance of Persepolis forever.
Persepolis is not believed to have had more than just a few thousand inhabitants. Of the area that now remains from ancient Persepolis, a large part is believed to have been used by the Persian rulers.
Persepolis was capital during the summer time, as its location in the mountains made it very cold through the winter months. Other cities, like Susa, Babylon and Ecbatana could at different periods be effective winter capitals.
Modern time excavations started in 1931, and Persepolis exhibits some of the finest ruins of Iran, with several monumental buildings.

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