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Tazhib: an ancient yet reviving illumination art
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Distinctive features of Muslim history — III
Distinctive features of Muslim history — III
June 23, 2024
Tazhib: an ancient yet reviving illumination art
July 2, 2024

TEHRAN – The UNESCO-registered Sassanid Archaeological Landscape of the Fars Region is set to undergo some tourism-friendly projects. The property is composed of eight selected archaeological site components in three geographical areas Firuzabad, Bishapur, and Sarvestan, all located in the Fars province of southern Iran. More precisely, it includes​ fortification structures, palaces, reliefs, and city remains dating back to the earliest and latest moments of the Sassanid Empire, which ruled the Persian Empire from 224 to 651 CE. On Saturday, Fars province’s tourism chief, Mohammad Sabet Eqlidi, announced the implementation of 20 prestigious cultural heritage projects aimed at enhancing the Sassanid Archaeological Landscape of the Fars Region. These projects have been formulated to significantly improve the aesthetics and accessibility of the sites significantly, leveraging both national and provincial funds, ISNA reported. The project will touch upon access routes, artificial lighting, tourist amenities, the official said, adding: “It includes the […]

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