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Bas-relief of two Persians guard, Persepolis Featured Persepolis Print

Bas-relief of two Persians guard, Persepolis

Iran, Persepolis, Bas-relief of two Persians guard. Apadana Palace, Persepolis,(Unesco World Heritage List, 1979), Iran. Achaemenid civilisation, founded by Darius the Great (522-486 B.C ) Persian king of the Achaemenid dynasty. destroyed by Alexander

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Persepolis ancient ruins in Iran - Simorgh mythical bird stone carving Featured Persepolis Print

Persepolis ancient ruins in Iran - Simorgh mythical bird stone carving

Ancient and mysterious ruins and stone carved column decorated with a twin Simorgh bird, the mythical Iranian equivalent of phoenix or griffin featured in the Persian literature of antiquity, found at the 500 BC Persepolis or Takhte Jamshid complex, the capital city of the Achaemenid dynasty Zoroastrian empire, now a UNESCO World Heritage site near the central Iranian city of Marvdasht, destroyed and burned by Alexander of Macedonia

© 2016 German Vogel

Persepolis 2, 500 years old Darius palace ruins Featured Persepolis Print

Persepolis 2, 500 years old Darius palace ruins

The ruins of the 500 BC palace of Darius, a ruler of the Achaemenid dynasty, in what was the capital of the Achaemenid empire in Takht-e Jamshid (also known as Persepolis), now a UNESCO World Heritage site near the central Iranian city of Marvdasht, destroyed and burned by Alexander of Macedonia

© 2016 German Vogel

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