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Naqsh-e Rustam

Posted by
Behzad (Shiraz, Iran) on 18 September 2012 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

Naqsh-e Rustam (in Persian: نقش رستم Nāqš-e Rostām) is an archaeological site located about 12 km northwest of Persepolis, in Fars province, Iran. Naqsh-e Rustam lies a few hundred meters from Naqsh-e Rajab.
The oldest relief at Naqsh-i Rustam is severely damaged and dates to c. 1000 BCE. It depicts a faint image of a man with unusual head-gear and is thought to be Elamite in origin. The depiction is part of a larger mural, most of which was removed at the command of Bahram II. The man with the unusual cap gives the site its name, Naqsh-e Rostam, "Picture of Rostam", because the relief was locally believed to be a depiction of the mythical hero Rostam

NIKON D90 1/320 second F/11.0 ISO 200 27 mm (35mm equiv.)

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NIKON D90
1/320 second
F/11.0
ISO 200
27 mm (35mm equiv.)

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