Kul-e Farah

Kul-e Farah

Kul-e Farah is located at 7 km south-east of the city of Ize. In this area six groups of rock reliefs have been discovered. On the north wall of the bottleneck you can see a cuneiform inscription Elamite, an effigy of the governor of the locality and other numerous bas-reliefs that form the most extensive complex of rock reliefs of Iran. On the rocky walls of this sort of temple, more than 400 figures are represented in the act of worship and, as experts affirm, in these images the first look of man towards religion took shape.

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