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Wall of Rey is a 6,000-year-old structure, which dates back to the Median era (678 -549 BC). Only three kilometers of this defensive wall, which encircled the entire city during the Parthian era (247 BC–224 AD), remains today.
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The Tower of Silence in Rey is where Zoroastrians exposed the corpses of their dead to the sun. This six-meter high structure is made of stone and mortar and dates back to the first millennium BC.
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Takht -e- Rostam (Rostam’s Throne) is a volcanic rock cliff and the ruins of a Sassanid era (224-651 CE) Zoroastrian fire temple located 80 km southwest of Tehran near Shahryar county.
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Rashkan Castle is an Arsacid Era (247 BC–224 CE) structure intended to hold the city of Rey.
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Haroun Prison or the Harun al-Rashid prison in Rey is a cuboid structure made of stone and stucco, which dates back to the Buyid dynasty (934-1062).
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Bahram Fire Temple or Mil Hill in Rey is the ruins of a Sassanid (226-651 CE) fire temple.
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    Wall of Rey is a 6,000-year-old structure, which dates back to the Median era (678 -549 BC). Only three kilometers of this defensive wall, which encircled the entire city during the Parthian era (247 BC–224 AD), remains today.
    886 Visit 0 Comments 1 Pepole Liked
    The Tower of Silence in Rey is where Zoroastrians exposed the corpses of their dead to the sun. This six-meter high structure is made of stone and mortar and dates back to the first millennium BC.
    343 Visit 0 Comments 1 Pepole Liked
    Takht -e- Rostam (Rostam’s Throne) is a volcanic rock cliff and the ruins of a Sassanid era (224-651 CE) Zoroastrian fire temple located 80 km southwest of Tehran near Shahryar county.
    264 Visit 0 Comments 0 Pepole Liked
    Rashkan Castle is an Arsacid Era (247 BC–224 CE) structure intended to hold the city of Rey.
    1245 Visit 0 Comments 0 Pepole Liked
    Haroun Prison or the Harun al-Rashid prison in Rey is a cuboid structure made of stone and stucco, which dates back to the Buyid dynasty (934-1062).
    1420 Visit 0 Comments 1 Pepole Liked
    Bahram Fire Temple or Mil Hill in Rey is the ruins of a Sassanid (226-651 CE) fire temple.
    656 Visit 0 Comments 2 Pepole Liked
          
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    Bahram Fire Temple or Mil Hill in Rey is the ruins of a Sassanid (226-651 CE) fire temple.
    656 Visit 0 Comments 2 Pepole Liked
    Haroun Prison or the Harun al-Rashid prison in Rey is a cuboid structure made of stone and stucco, which dates back to the Buyid dynasty (934-1062).
    1420 Visit 0 Comments 1 Pepole Liked
    Rashkan Castle is an Arsacid Era (247 BC–224 CE) structure intended to hold the city of Rey.
    1245 Visit 0 Comments 0 Pepole Liked
    Takht -e- Rostam (Rostam’s Throne) is a volcanic rock cliff and the ruins of a Sassanid era (224-651 CE) Zoroastrian fire temple located 80 km southwest of Tehran near Shahryar county.
    264 Visit 0 Comments 0 Pepole Liked
    The Tower of Silence in Rey is where Zoroastrians exposed the corpses of their dead to the sun. This six-meter high structure is made of stone and mortar and dates back to the first millennium BC.
    343 Visit 0 Comments 1 Pepole Liked
    Wall of Rey is a 6,000-year-old structure, which dates back to the Median era (678 -549 BC). Only three kilometers of this defensive wall, which encircled the entire city during the Parthian era (247 BC–224 AD), remains today.
    886 Visit 0 Comments 1 Pepole Liked
          
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    Haroun Prison or the Harun al-Rashid prison in Rey is a cuboid structure made of stone and stucco, which dates back to the Buyid dynasty (934-1062).
    1420 Visit 0 Comments 1 Pepole Liked
    Rashkan Castle is an Arsacid Era (247 BC–224 CE) structure intended to hold the city of Rey.
    1245 Visit 0 Comments 0 Pepole Liked
    Wall of Rey is a 6,000-year-old structure, which dates back to the Median era (678 -549 BC). Only three kilometers of this defensive wall, which encircled the entire city during the Parthian era (247 BC–224 AD), remains today.
    886 Visit 0 Comments 1 Pepole Liked
    Bahram Fire Temple or Mil Hill in Rey is the ruins of a Sassanid (226-651 CE) fire temple.
    656 Visit 0 Comments 2 Pepole Liked
    The Tower of Silence in Rey is where Zoroastrians exposed the corpses of their dead to the sun. This six-meter high structure is made of stone and mortar and dates back to the first millennium BC.
    343 Visit 0 Comments 1 Pepole Liked
    Takht -e- Rostam (Rostam’s Throne) is a volcanic rock cliff and the ruins of a Sassanid era (224-651 CE) Zoroastrian fire temple located 80 km southwest of Tehran near Shahryar county.
    264 Visit 0 Comments 0 Pepole Liked
          
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    Bahram Fire Temple or Mil Hill in Rey is the ruins of a Sassanid (226-651 CE) fire temple.
    656 Visit 0 Comments 2 Pepole Liked
    Wall of Rey is a 6,000-year-old structure, which dates back to the Median era (678 -549 BC). Only three kilometers of this defensive wall, which encircled the entire city during the Parthian era (247 BC–224 AD), remains today.
    886 Visit 0 Comments 1 Pepole Liked
    The Tower of Silence in Rey is where Zoroastrians exposed the corpses of their dead to the sun. This six-meter high structure is made of stone and mortar and dates back to the first millennium BC.
    343 Visit 0 Comments 1 Pepole Liked
    Haroun Prison or the Harun al-Rashid prison in Rey is a cuboid structure made of stone and stucco, which dates back to the Buyid dynasty (934-1062).
    1420 Visit 0 Comments 1 Pepole Liked
    Takht -e- Rostam (Rostam’s Throne) is a volcanic rock cliff and the ruins of a Sassanid era (224-651 CE) Zoroastrian fire temple located 80 km southwest of Tehran near Shahryar county.
    264 Visit 0 Comments 0 Pepole Liked
    Rashkan Castle is an Arsacid Era (247 BC–224 CE) structure intended to hold the city of Rey.
    1245 Visit 0 Comments 0 Pepole Liked
          
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