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Sassanian (Fortress in Derbent) - Sassanid fortress in Derbent, 550 AD, Russia

Sassanian (Fortress in Derbent) - Sassanid fortress in Derbent, 550 AD, Russia

Prehistoric era - Tappeh Sialk, 4000 BC. The archaeological site of Tappeh Sialk is an important Early Neolithic site near the modern town of Kashan in Iran, with occupations dated to as early as 6000 BC. The site contains one of the oldest ziggurats in the world, said to be 7500 years old, and belonging to the Elamite civilization.

Prehistoric era - Tappeh Sialk, 4000 BC. The archaeological site of Tappeh Sialk is an important Early Neolithic site near the modern town of Kashan in Iran, with occupations dated to as early as 6000 BC. The site contains one of the oldest ziggurats in the world, said to be 7500 years old, and belonging to the Elamite civilization.

Sassanian (Fortress in Derbent) - Sassanid fortress in Derbent, 550 AD, Russia

Sassanian (Fortress in Derbent) - Sassanid fortress in Derbent, 550 AD, Russia

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Tāq-e Bostān(طاق بستان). The rock relief of Sasanian. Kermānshāh, Iran/Persia.

Tāq-e Bostān(طاق بستان). The rock relief of Sasanian. Kermānshāh, Iran/Persia.

Typical Ingush Castle - Ingushetia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Typical Ingush Castle - Ingushetia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

مرداد 91 - حسام ســرا

مرداد 91 - حسام ســرا

مرداد 91 - حسام ســرا

مرداد 91 - حسام ســرا

Sarab-e Bahram by dynamosquito, via Flickr

Sarab-e Bahram by dynamosquito, via Flickr

Sassanian (Palace at Sarvistan) - Remains of the Palace at Sarvistan, 420-438 AD, by Bahram V, Iran.

Sassanian (Palace at Sarvistan) - Remains of the Palace at Sarvistan, 420-438 AD, by Bahram V, Iran.

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