Category:Chogha Zanbil

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This place is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed as Tchogha Zanbil.

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English: Choqa Zanbil Ziggurat — Archaeological site of 13th-century BCE castle and temple mud structure.
  • The Ziggurat is considered to be the best preserved example in the world, and is a World Heritage Site.
  • Choqa Zanbil is located in Khuzestan province, at the head of the Persian Gulf in western Iran.
Chogha Zanbil 
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elamite complex in the Khuzestan province of Iran
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Instance ofancient city,
archaeological site
LocationShush, Khuzestan Province, Iran
Heritage designation
official website
Authority control
World Heritage Site ID: 113
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32° 00′ 29.88″ N, 48° 31′ 14.88″ E

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