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Tangeh Bol ghi, also transliterated as Tange-ye Bol ghi, or Bol ghi
Gorge, is an archaeologically significant valley consisting of 130
ancient settlements, dating back to the period between 5000 BCE and
the Sassanian dynastic era (224-651 CE). It is situated in Iran's
southern province of Fars, some 7 kilometres from Pasargadae, Iran.
Archaeological research since 2005 have discovered a section of the
Achaemenid Shah's Road connecting Pasargadae to Persepolis, Susa
and other regions of the Persian Empire. Excavations have provided
archaeologists with a unique insight into the lives of the people
living in the Achaemenid dynastic era.
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