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Cool, great details.
6 Jun 2013 6:25am
@ursulakatariina: Good day early riser! MANY THANKS
very nice & wonderful!
so so beautiful deatail!
6 Jun 2013 7:18am
@omid: many thanks, your country has a rich culture and a great history, regards D
Amazing Such detail
@Philnz: if you see it close by its more amazing*
TRès beau détail!!!! j'adore+++++++
6 Jun 2013 7:56am
@Martine: 1000++++++ merci
Thank you for such a wonderful presentation. With your permission I would like to add few lines for the AM3 communiy. Regards.
Persepolis means Persian City. It was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire (ca. 550–330 BC). Persepolis is situated 70 km northeast of the modern city of Shiraz in the Fars Province of modern Iran. The earliest remains of Persepolis date from around 515 BCE.
Persepolis was developed mainly by Dariush I The Great (~500 B.C.) and turned to a modern city with running tab water, drainage system, postal service and highways connecting it to other cities of the Persian empire.
UNESCO declared the citadel of Persepolis a World Heritage Site in 1979.
6 Jun 2013 8:15am
@Chennai City: apparently you like history, permission granted!
Greetings from Greece
Très jolie photo !
6 Jun 2013 12:26pm
@Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ Isa: 1000 merci Isa
6 Jun 2013 12:38pm
@Shaahin Bahremand: many thanks, Persepolis is MAGNIFICENT*
magnifique rendu du travail de la pierre!! amitiés
6 Jun 2013 4:17pm
@jean pierre: 1000 merci JeanP
Wonderful work of art. Excellent image.
6 Jun 2013 4:37pm
@Francisco Romero: Hola , many many thanks
Une merveille ces bas-reliefs,. Superbe image. Bonne soirée Dimitrios.
6 Jun 2013 5:07pm
6 Jun 2013 5:53pm
@Irene: many thanks Irene
Beautiful angle and wonderful light. Amazing the amount of carving that went into creating this.
6 Jun 2013 11:25pm
@Elaine Hancock: yes. A great piece of art, manythanks
Fabulous carvings, the details are spectacular .... Great shot !!!
7 Jun 2013 12:00am
@Baldwin Vandewalle: many many thanks BV
Fantastic!!! Hope they have done something about those cracks and holes...This has to be preserved for posterity :-)
7 Jun 2013 12:11am
@Devi: hopefully so, many thanks
Amazing artwork. How long has it stood?
7 Jun 2013 10:19am
@Julie L. Brown: 2513 years! Persepolis dates back on the 5th century BC
We can still watch and admire the greatness and artistry of long gone times...a pity that the destruction affects so many of the silhouettes! We should be grateful even for these remains....
11 Jun 2013 10:11am
@Japanalia: yes we should be just that*
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