Posts Tagged ‘pasargadae’

Pasargadae is more than meets the eye: archaeologist

TEHRAN—An Iranian archaeologist believes the UNESCO-designated Pasargadae, which began under Cyrus the Great in about 546 BC, was more expanded than what we now perceive from its ruins. “Archaeological evidence suggests that Pasargadae is beyond what we see. It was a summer residence, a recreational area with many gardens and buildings…,” IRIB quoted archaeologist Ali […]

Webinar to discuss landscape conservation around Pasargadae

TEHRAN – An online seminar will be discussing today the latest developments in the conservation of sceneries encircling the UNESCO-registered Pasargadae in southern Iran. The event will also review joint projects Iranian archaeologists and their French counterparts have carried out within and around the World Heritage over the past five years, ISNA reported. Situated about […]

Stabbing in #Leytonstone, London: Man screams "this is for Syria," horror attack treated as terrorism

From: Warning, Graphic content A “machete-wielding” man slashed the throat of a 56-year-old at a London tube station at 19:06 GMT on Saturday, as he screamed “this is for Syria”, shocked witnesses said. A man, 29, was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and a residential address in London […]

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