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Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Takht’e Soleiman is an archaeological site in West Azerbaijan, Iran. It lies midway between Urmia and Hamedan, in a valley set in a volcanic mountain region, close to the present-day town of Takab, and 400 kilometers west of Tehran. The site includes the principal Zoroastrian sanctuary partly rebuilt in the Ilkhanid (Mongol) period (13th century) as well as a temple of the Sassanid period (6th and 7th centuries) dedicated to Anahita.

Takht-i Suleiman, west Iran, includes a principal Zoroastrian sanctuary partly rebuilt in the Ilkhanid (Mongol) period century) as well as a temple of the Sassanid period and centuries) dedicated to Anahita.

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

Sharestan Bridge, Sassanid foundations, 10th-11th century. Isfaphan

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