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Naqsh-e-Rostam, Marvdasht

4.8
#15 of 25 in Sightseeing in Fars Province
Landmark Tourist Spot
Carved into the face of a mountain, Naqsh-e-Rostam stands on the outskirts of ancient Persepolis and features four monumental tombs for revered Persian kings. A majestic necropolis with sections well over 3,000 years old, the site boasts delicate carvings depicting rulers of the Sassanid Empire. Plan to see Naqsh-e-Rostam and other attractions that appeal to you using our Marvdasht itinerary builder.
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4.8
  • king tombs. visit 3 period of Persian history just in 1 place. It's really fantastic. Always put it in my list  more »
  • Located about 20 minutes from Persepolis, this place is a series of tombs. You'll find similar tombs at Persepolis, but this place has many more of them plus it has a unique building that you won't fi...  more »
  • Go to Takhte Jamshid First, It takes time and really a must see. You need to start early in the morning otherwise you wont have time to visit all Takhte Jamshid and Naqshe Rostam then after this one g...  more »
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  • A place you must visit after Persepolis. This is the tomb of the kings who built Persepolis. This place is very near Persepolis and will not take you too much time to visit.
  • It's not the biggest place but I liked it. The stone carvings in this massiv walls telling the history of persi is cool to see. We stopped there on our way from Yazd to Shiraz before we visted Persepolis.
  • An impressive place. But the entrance for tourists is too high as in many touristic places in Iran.
  • Unreal. I had no idea Iran had its own Petra! Incredible history in this area. An absolute MUST SEE!
  • Intetesting to see kings tombs not like kongdom vally in Egipt. It is not possible to go inside...