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Looking for a unique travel destination that you will surely remember for the rest of your life? Then head on to the magnificent wonder that is Persepolis in Iran. Visit the great structures that have witnessed the rise and fall of empires which have shaped modern civilization. Stand in the ruins of the gateways that has seen the coming and goings of rulers, invaders, and if you look closely, you might even see writings on the walls that you know have their own stories to tell.

Persepolis was once the thriving cultural and art center of Iran and represented the different architectural ideologies of the Achaemenids’ empire. You’ll be left in awe as you take a walk along the different monumental staircases and columns that has survived many wars and battles. The site, which is considered to be one of the most beautiful and sought after historical locations in the world had long been buried by sand and dust for centuries until its discovery in the 1930’s, by the excavation team of Erich Frederich Schmidt. The discovery then encouraged more excavations to take place, allowing modern man to savor the chance to relive the glory of ancient Iran once more.

If you’re visiting Shiraz, make sure you take a day trip to Persepolis city. You can then continue on to Nagsh-e-Rostam and visit the royal tombs that still stand. The Sassanian rock reliefs should also not be missed. Just a word of advice for, make sure that you’re prepared for the heat for desert weather from the months of May until October.

7 responses to “Persepolis”

  1. aditya garg says:

    places of in trest in iran

  2. parsboy says:

    perspolis is a best wonderful in world

  3. quizdogg says:

    yea hhaahahhahahaha wow this place look like a human maze that cool

  4. mahya says:

    you cant underestand iran with this passage you must visit it!

  5. Helena says:

    I love my country,because it has the oldest culture in the world.

  6. Nicole says:

    Im sorry for you! Your information is very low!

    I have visited Iran several times….You Know nothing if you dont visit Iran.

  7. hosna says:

    Im an iranian girl and I suggest you to visit this place!

    its the most intresting instructure in the world!!!! 😀

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