The Islamic language of Aghrast-i-Eshid Eshghir Iranshahr consists of the remains of the stone castle and the fortifications of China's rock and its graves.
The works of the prehistory of this section are related to two shorter periods of time, the third millennium BC and the bronze age, and the second half of the second millennium BC and the late bronze age and the beginning of the Iron Age.
From hand made copper and bronze spindles, it is possible to make bowls, bowls, glasses, lilacs, stamped seals, rounded and hand-held mirrors, and a serpent head pin.
In the cemetery of the Iidshahr, Iranshahr was a fort that had a sprinkling water inside the castle, and after watering the inhabitants of the fortress at the bottom of the castle, the irrigated agricultural fields were irrigated.
At that time, the dead buried them with money and wealth, and believed in life after the death.
The Iranshahr Speedway Cemetery is the heart of the heritage of Balochistan, with an area of 25 hectares.
The cemetery of Speedway is located in the northwest of the city of Iranshahr on the road to Baksim. It is 35 km away from the Max Summit Mountain, which is called Speedway.
The Iranshahr Cemetery of the Speedway was established in 1381 by the Heritage and Cultural Organization and was registered in the National List of National Works.