One of the greatest monuments of the Achaemenid Empire is the tomb which is located in
Pasargadae of the founder of the first Persian Empire, Cyrus the Great .Pasargadae was the capital
of the Achaemenid Empire under Cyrus. Cyrus is known as the King of Kings, he was the father of
Cambyses II, who was the ruler of Egypt.
A beautiful photo at night of the ruins at Persepolis, the Apadana Palace of Darius the Great.
Construction began under Darius’ supervision, however, it was completed by his son, Xerxes after
his father’s death in 486 BCE.
Naghsh e Rostam
Naghsh e Rostam or Necropolises is another ancient landmark near Persepolis that is turned
bake to The Elamide, Achamanid and Sasanid era. This landmark is so important in religious and