Mishan Plain or Mishan Square is an area of one hectare and at an altitude of 2600 meters above sea level. To go there, you must be patient since you have an intermediate climb ahead of you. Do not forget to bring your climbing equipment as may be needed. If you are not much of a climber, you can use the cable car to reach your destination and add more excitement to your journey. As you begin your journey to the summit of Alvand and the Mishan Plain, the further you go, the more beautiful the view behind you, and the wider the field of view. Along the way, with just a glance at the scenery behind you, you will forget your tiredness much faster than you thought and your desire to reach Mishan Plain will increase more and more.
Abbas Abad Hill is a great tourist spot in Hamedan Province, especially in summer; where you have access to lots of facilities to enjoy your time. Outdoor cinema, skating rink, restaurant, coffee shop, mosque, and public parking are beautifully designed in this area.
This ancient hill is 3,000 years old and with an area of about 35 hectares, is the largest ancient hill in Iran. According to some evidence, the city was more than 40 hectares and was found by Aryan people in the late 8th century BC, who made it the first capital of Persian empire. Based on Herodotus's writings, an ancient Greek historian, Deioces (also Diako or Dia-oku), first shah of Median government, built the whole city surrounded by seven walls; each of which colored as one of the planets. After Medes, this city was the capital of Achaemenids as well.
Teppe Zagheh located at the 8 kilometers of the eastern side of the Sagz Abad Rural District, in the Central District of Buin Zahra County in Qazvin Province. This teppe is a really attractive place for those interested in history. Don’t lose the opportunity to visit one of the most ancient places of settlement. An amazing mystery that can be found in the heart of this history will catch your eyes. Don’t forget to take pictures here.
It is one of the oldest archaeological sites in the whole world. Marco polo has written about Teppe Sagz Abad in his journal and mentioned that it is on the way of Silk Road. Sagz Abad is one of the oldest permanent settlement areas in Iran’s plateau. It is assumed that people who lived there a long time ago were familiar with the technology of melting iron. There are some works from Iron Age (the final epoch of the three-age division of the prehistory and protohistoric of humanity) that can confirm this theory.
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