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Farah Abad Historical Complex in Iran's Sari

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Farah Abad Historical Complex in Iran's Sari

These buildings were built at the time of Shah Abbas Safavi and were considered highly prosperous ports at the time. Beig highly prosperous, they were called Darolsorour or Darolsaltaneh at Safavid era.

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Many of the buildings in the ancient city of Farah Abad have been ruined throughout the history under Russian attacks. Jameh Mosque, school, a part of Shah Abbasi Bridge, a wall of a palace and bath from Safavid era are the remaining parts.

This monument was registered in the list of Iran’s national monuments with registration number 1376.

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