Fars

     The Pars land, birthplace of Achaemenian Kingdom, is located in the south of Iran. This region. was the political-caltural focal point of ancient Iran and historical monuments, which have remained there, have a high tourism value. The historical monuments of Fars province may be divided into two parts:

     Pre-Islamic Monuments : The most imprtant ones are Persepolis aggregate, Naghsh-e-Rostam, and Passargad in north of shiraz; remained vestiges in Naghsh-e-Shapour and Azarjoo fire-temple in Darab; the ancient city of Fasa with Tal Zahak vestiges in Fasa; other monuments in Firooz-Abad, Kazeroon, Lar, Jahrom, and Mamasani which totally are amongest the most eye-catching historical places of the world.

     Islamic Period Monuments : The most important monuments of this period are: the Shrine of His Holiness Ahmad Ebn Moosa, the son of 7th Imam of Siite, famous as Shah Cheragh; Atigh Jameh mosque in Shiraz wich belongs to Saffarian time and was consrtructed in 281 AH; a series of historical buildings of Vakil from Zandian time in Shiraz which are mosque, school, citadel, post-house, museum, mourning places, and cisterns which were built by the order of Karim Khan Zand, the founder of Zandieh dynasty.

 

Sadiyeh

Perspolis

Takht-e-Jamshid

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Pasargad

Palace-of-Dariush

Narenjestan-e-Ghavam

Narenjestan-e-Ghavam

Narenjestan-e-Ghavam

Perspolis

Cyrus

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Takht-e-Jamshid

Eram-Garden

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Perspolis

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The-central-palace

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Takht-e-Jamshidid

 

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