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Historical Places


Other Inscriptions, Ilam

Tuesday, 01 January 2008 17:53 administrator
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Other inscriptions of the province are Tang Quchali Inscription and Zarrin Abad Inscription in the main square of the city of Mimeh.
 

Vali Castle Inscription, Ilam

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This inscription is in Vali Castle in the city of Ilam. Its date of Construction and the name of its architect are mentioned in the inscription.
 

Takht-e-Khan Inscription, Ilam

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This inscription is carved on a large stone in a place with the same name 34 kilometers far from Ilam. There is some information about the history and the governors of Ilam in this inscription.
 

Som Dol Dol Inscription, Ilam

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There is in Gorab Gorge a horseshoe-shaped mass of rubble stones with a flagstone within it. There is a symbol of an horseshoe on the flagstone that is believed to be the sign of the horse belonging to one of the Imams of Shiite sect
 

Assyrian (Gol Gol) Inscription, Ilam

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This inscription is carved on the wall of a mountain in Gol Gol Village 25 kilometers from Ilam. It is 3000 years old and on the inscription there is an engrave of an Assyrian soldier with a helmet, holding an arrow, whit a moon and a star above his head . In the lower part of this inscription, there are some sentences in cuneiform script.
 


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