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Beautiful old place in the middle of desert

This ancient place is in the middle of the way from Hamedan to Malayer. it is a very old nice place... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2017
SoranJourney
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Tehran, Iran
A fascinating and unique excavated ruin from the Median period

We were expertly guided on this tour of Nush-e-Jan. This was truly an awe inspiring ruin and had us... read more

Reviewed 6 March 2017
Archaeobuff
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Sydney, Australia
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18 Jun 2017
“Beautiful old place in the middle of desert”
5 Mar 2017
“A fascinating and unique excavated ruin from the Median period”
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| 50 kilometers south of modern Hamadan, Hamadan, Iran
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Reviewed 18 June 2017

This ancient place is in the middle of the way from Hamedan to Malayer. it is a very old nice place and it is not crowded because it is far from capital. it really does worth it to go this far way.

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Reviewed 6 March 2017

We were expertly guided on this tour of Nush-e-Jan. This was truly an awe inspiring ruin and had us all gobsmacked. I covered every inch of it that was accessible except the tunnel that was very dark indeed. It was a mud brick fort/temple/palace that...More

2  Thank Archaeobuff
Reviewed 19 July 2016

located on a hill in left side of the road from Malayer to Hamedan , I had seen many times the hills and in respect to its big sign near the road I was interested to visit the hills. hopefully you can drive close to...More

5  Thank MohammadNejad
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