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“Ancient gem”
Review of Tepe Sialk

Tepe Sialk
Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

I visit this place in 2013 when it was not fully protected . But it is a very old area and they say it is the oldest ziggurat in the world .. unfortunately there s not much left

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Reviewed 13 March 2018

Tepe Sialk In Kashan is another important thing to visit in Kashan. when you visit Iran you can visit there and spend some time there. you will see some human skeletons from thousands of years ago

Thank IranNeginTravel
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Reviewed 16 November 2017 via mobile

It is an ancient archaeological area with more than 8000 years of history! Canyon believe it? 8 thousands years!!!
It is made of two hills and some people would say "it is just a hill" but I say it is the history! Cool to see and know your past.

Thank irafaj_ila
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Reviewed 5 November 2017

I really enjoyed this place.The idea that I was standing where people lived 1000's of years ago was pretty surreal. The sign says 8000years but that is claimed in a few places but anyway it s very OLD. The views are also good>

Thank Sue P
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Reviewed 30 June 2017 via mobile

We walked there and there was no entrance fee on the day. You will get to see 3 skeletons of human beings from thousands of years ago still intact and in good shape, that was the highlight of the place. Otherwise the place is still under archaeological exploration and you will only see the shapes of few structures as you walk around. They should put some information in the walking areas so people can learn more about the site, otherwise they do offer some information in Farsi and English but its only at the entrance area.

1  Thank Ghassan M
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