Shahr Yeri Historical Site
Shahr Yeri Historical Site
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Marek P
Gdansk, Polonya1.916 katkı
5 baloncuk üzerinden 5,0
Haz 2019
In this historic place, figures carved in stone blocks pay special attention. They are not large, but the highest are close to 2 meters. The carved faces are intriguing and unique. You can also see the cave and go through the stone gates. However, it is the stone obelisks that make the biggest impression.
Yazıldığı tarih: 27 Ekim 2019
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Mahta L
Tehran, İran88 katkı
5 baloncuk üzerinden 4,0
Tem 2019 • Arkadaşlar
Shahr yeri is located in Meshginshahr. It has been discovered around 40 years ago. This is some stone statues and around 600 tombs and some utensil found. It belongs to 1700 years ago and it was a sacred place. The statues are without mouths.
Yazıldığı tarih: 1 Temmuz 2019
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Herrmo Ghasemi
Dresden, Almanya269 katkı
5 baloncuk üzerinden 4,0
Haz 2019 • Arkadaşlar
Many 8000 years old sculptures which are almost in a similar shape but different sizes. I think the process of building the street and sun cover should be faster to protect these priceless human creatures
Yazıldığı tarih: 8 Haziran 2019
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Mojtaba
Tehran, İran9 katkı
5 baloncuk üzerinden 5,0
Nis 2019 • Çiftler
Shahr yeri was one of the most secrecy place that I see before, more than 8000 years old with lots of unsaid truth, visit this place and also the cave under the temple and the magic gate of temple.
Also eat a wounderfull grape of Lahrood near the pirazmiyan.
Yazıldığı tarih: 30 Nisan 2019
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Roshan
Ardabil, İran37 katkı
5 baloncuk üzerinden 5,0
Şub 2019 • Arkadaşlar
The archaeological site known as the Yeri city is in distance of 65 Km from Ardabil and 31 Kilometers in east of Meshkin-shahr next to Qarasu river. 
The area of this historic region is 400 hectares is constituted of three parts namely military fortress, temple and Qosha tappeh. The fortress and temple dates back to 1450 BC and Qvsha hill dates back to 7 thousand years BC. The main temple in city of Yeri came out of earth Included more than 300 stones with heights ranging from 35 to 250 cm with human forms (no mouth)  that contain human face without mouth, or a hand and sword. Charles Burney knew its time as  Achaemenes period, but out of the scope of government. 
Yazıldığı tarih: 20 Şubat 2019
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Shr M
Tehran, İran3 katkı
5 baloncuk üzerinden 4,0
Eyl 2018
I got goosebumps when we got to this wonderful ancient site. it used to be a temple, 8000 years ago! there used to be a city here. citizens took a stone , carved their face on it and put it in the prayer house as a totem. all the carved stones are mouthless except one which meant only the speaker of the temple could speak and that speaker was a woman. The women's stones are distinguished by their hair clips. There are several big grave stones there to as they buried people with their belongings (we didn't see anything seems they all were stolen before archeologists found out such site exists). There is small cave with a spring in it( now it's dried out but you can see its hole) the prayers had to wash themselves before entering the temple they also had to bend and pass the entrance gate to show their humbelness.I thing 2 hours would be enough to visit this amazing temple.
Yazıldığı tarih: 1 Ekim 2018
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hossein usef
Tehran, İran161 katkı
5 baloncuk üzerinden 5,0
May 2018 • Arkadaşlar
The temple of Shahriyah, which is about 8,000 years old, is an exciting and unique temple. The design of this temple are based on the constellation of Parvin cluster.
Yazıldığı tarih: 1 Temmuz 2018
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100safar
Shiraz, İran114 katkı
5 baloncuk üzerinden 4,0
Haz 2018 • Aile
wonderful ancient stone figures...it's a must see if you are in Ardabil.
the guide said these stones back to 1500 to 500 BC but they found signs of human kind living in this area from 8000 years ago.
unfortunately many of stones has been destroyed by cold weather in lack of proper preservation.
we had to drive 10 kilometers from main road by our car. road to the cemetery is a back road and can't be reached by bus or mini-bus so be prepared for half an hour walk from village to temple.site has no admission fee. morning hours are better to visit because from 11:00 to 18:00 it is very warm in late spring & summer.
Yazıldığı tarih: 9 Haziran 2018
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Brun066
Floransa, İtalya13.204 katkı
5 baloncuk üzerinden 5,0
Nis 2018 • Arkadaşlar
A visit to the Shahar Yeri archaeological site (whose name in the locally spoken language, Azerbaijani, means "city remains") allows the most evocative possible vision of carved menhirs from all over the Middle East.
In fact, there are some other menhirs of this kind in the area, but apparently they are just one in the republic of Azerbaijan and seven in Turkey; while the menhirs present in Shahar Yeri are more than 300, varying in height from 35 cms. to two and a half meters.
This would be enough to establish the exceptional features of the site; but there are many more reasons of interest.
There is the style of the menhirs: they represent stylized human figures, provided with hands, face, hairstyles, a sword; but without a mouth. We were told (but I could not control the news) that the lack of mouth was aimed to represent the rule of silence, to be adopted for respect of the holy site by those who visited it.
There is then the fact that the menhir field, which occupies the highest part of a hill, represents just the sacred area of ​​a well organized settlement, that had moreover its housing area just below the top of the hill (where there are still some small natural caves), and its cultivated fields further down, towards the bottom of the valley.
Then there's the fact that the settlement, to which the menhir field refers, represents only one of the stages of occupation of the site, ie the era from about 1500 to 500 BC.
In fact, the settlement later gradually enters under the rule of the Urartu civilization, that since about 900 BC is recognizable as a unitary fact in the area around the "three lakes" - Sevan, Van and Orumiyeh - and that is considered the ancestor of Armenian civilization. The Urartians, among other things, build a stronghold in the area, which doesn't take into account the previous sacred area, and invades it with its walls.
Not only that: the history of the site can also be traced backwards, up to the seventh millennium a. C .: these are in fact the dates attested by the most ancient finds, which show the advantages that the site must have for the possible inhabitants.
Overall, this is really a site not to be missed.
Yazıldığı tarih: 16 Mayıs 2018
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eldar
Meshgin Shahr, İran2 katkı
5 baloncuk üzerinden 5,0
Ara 2017 • Arkadaşlar
This fantastic historical site is located in Meshgin shahar, Ardabil province. It seems like an ancient temple with strange huge stone figures. Some figures have sword in their hands and some others have no mouth. I really enjoyed visiting the site.
Yazıldığı tarih: 23 Aralık 2017
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