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Archaeological Site of Shush, Shush

Categories: Ruins, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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2.9/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
Archaeological Site of Shush is located in Shush. A visit to Archaeological Site of Shush represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Khuzestan Province vacation trip planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Shush = Susa. According to a Brit in 1850, this is the Shishan from the Bible. Another Brit convinced the British Museum that the spot was insignificant and that names the French work over and as a result many wonderful pieces from Shush at the Louvre to show up! Here is the column of Hammurabi found in 1901. With laws in three to then unreadable languages which in combination have to decipher. Beginning of the habitation 4300-3500 AD.!! The site is only interesting for connoisseurs. There is hardly overview to get over the whole area. The museum is more interesting.
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  • A huge ruins of Susa ago 0/3000 existed as a city. Admission is 350000 riyals in Achaemenid Palace and Museum. Until 7 pm free admission time is unclear, but the pattern. Feeling just continued to field is just a portion of ruins, commentary and dividers are low. Was go too far if becoming the nature. Few things to see. The Museum displayed relics excavated. However, important excavated most of the Louvre and the National Museum of Iran, so there is less.
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  • A poor archaeological site, the remains of Darius Palace, a great effort of imagination is needed to recreate mentally how it could have been in the past. But a nice walk in history with some interest...  read more »
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