Afzal Caravanserai


Sangfarsh Alley

 Afzal Caravanserai also known as Afzal Home is a Qajar era (1785–1925) structure with traditional Persian architecture. Built in an area of 1,000 squ...

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Band-e Kaiser or Shadorvan Weir Bridge


Khuzestan Province, Shushtar

Band-e Kaiser (Caesar’s Bridge) or Shadorvan Weir Bridge dates back to the Sassanid era (224–651 CE) and is said to be the oldest arch bridge in the w...

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Band-e Khak


Band-e Khak is a weir that distributes water between Darioun and Raqat channels and prevented floods by directing some of Darioun Channel’s excess wat...

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Band-e Mizan


Shushtar Khuzestan Province

Band-e Mizan, which means Adjustment Dam in the Persian language, is a Sassanid era (224–651 CE) dam attributed to Shapur I (241-272 CE). The dam has...

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Gargar Channel


North of Shushter

Gargar Channel is an Achaemenid era (550-330 BC) manmade river north of Shushter. This manmade channel separates from Karoun River behind the Sassanid...

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Lashkar Weir Bridge


Shushtar Khuzestan Province

Lashkar (army) Weir Bridge is a 124-meter-long and 36-meter-high Sassanid (224–651 CE) structure with 13 arches that channeled water. It is believed t...

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Mostofi House


Shushtar Khuzestan Province

Mostofi House is a late Qajar era (1785–1925) mansion located next to the Mostofi Mosque. The house belonged to Mohammad Ali Mostofi, a merchant from...

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Salasel Castle


Shariati St.

Salasel Castle is a centuries old structure which according to historical accounts dates back to the Achaemenid era (550-330 BC). The castle was part...

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Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System


Shushtar

The Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System dates back to the 3rd century CE and includes parts that are datable to the 5th century BC. The hydraulic sys...

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