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Archaeological Site of Shush, Shush

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  • Susa came Alexander the great and the monument of the code of Hammurabi was discovered. Around Castle France archaeological expedition in the Museum of the apadana, the Acropolis Hill made order. 350000 real's ticket. Greets the statue of the horse enters the Museum and face clearly. In a glass case containing replica seems can touch hands with original mural paintings. One excavated garden is located. Tools used in the courtyard of the castle on the Hill of the Acropolis during excavation. You can climb up the Hill because it was not allowed in the building, overlooking the shoosh district. According to the site plan in the depths of the apadana, East Gate is.
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  • Archaeological site of the ancient city of Susa consists of archaeological grounds of the Palace of King Darius, French Castle 19th century archaeologists and the Archeological Museum. On the site there remained only one Foundation, so look at the grandeur of the city Susa can be in a museum. There are enough artifacts worth seeing. The entrance to the complex. There is car parking at the entrance of the complex.
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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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