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a city that undicoverd underground for 5000 years

Konar Sandal is a hill that an ancient city has been protect in It's heart for 5000 years . The... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
asiakade
Unknown Civilization

Konar Sandal is an archeological site located south of Jiroft. I really felt proud to walk on the... read more

Reviewed 27 November 2016
parisanov21
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4 days ago
“a city that undicoverd underground for 5000 years”
27 Nov 2016
“Unknown Civilization”
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Konar Sandal is a Bronze Age archaeological site located in 30 km southwest of Jiroft near the city of Anbarabad in southern Kerman province. In ancient times, the Konar-Sandal hills had been used as a religious center. There is a temple on top of...more
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Konar Sandal is a hill that an ancient city has been protect in It's heart for 5000 years . The hill is located in Jiroft city of Kerman province . So far , Many ancient things have discovered from the hill . Some of them...More

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Reviewed 27 November 2016

Konar Sandal is an archeological site located south of Jiroft. I really felt proud to walk on the earth that in future may be proved to be the beginning of the civilization. The scripts on the tablet that have been found there have not been...More

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Reviewed 26 February 2016

Ancient as history. This little gem of civilisation lays in the a place where nobody expects. Far off from Jiroft in Anbar-Abad. It is amazing how people lived in such places, and to be honest you can forget about any Ziggurat after you visit here.

Thank Babak G
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