Shushtar

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trademark

on the river Karkheh and a bridge at Shushtar, and laid plans for the development of Mohammara. He also took steps to promote the planting of American cotton near Tehran and Urmia. thumb right Domes like this are quite common in Khuzestan province. The shape is an architectural trademark of craftsmen of this province. Daniel (Image:Emamzadeh-hamzeh.jpg)'s shrine, located in Khuzestan, has such a shape. The shrine pictured here, belongs to Imamzadeh Hamzeh, located between Mahshahr


century leading

fell out of use in the late 19th century, leading to the degeneration of the complex system of irrigation. People and culture thumb 250px Shushtar handicrafts (File:Shushtar handicrafts.JPG) The people of Shushtar, called ''Shushtaris'', maintain a unique cultural heritage stretching back to ancient times, and a Persian (Khouzestani Persian) dialect distinct


extremely hot

it '''Shushtar New Town (New town)'''. The primary purpose of this new development was to house the employees of a nearby cane sugar mill, while also intending to stimulate interest in the old city and to provide additional housing necessary to accommodate industrial growth in the province. Climate Shushtar has a hot semi-arid climate (Köppen climate classification ''BSh'') with extremely hot summers and mild winters. Rainfall is higher than most of southern Iran


friendly local

pamphlets urging the tribesmen into a revolt against Britain. Once he started, any secrecy quickly dissolved and the local police at Shushtar tried to arrest him. He was warned and managed to escape but was soon in peril again. He traveled south some 160 kilometers to the town of Behbahan. Here the apparently friendly local chieftain invited him to dinner, and then promptly placed him under armed guard. The chieftain, planning to sell Wassmuss to the British, sent a messenger rushing to them


images stories

of Louvre'' (''Shush dar dāman-e Louvre''), in Persian, Jadid Online, 10 March 2009, Audio slideshow: images stories flash_multimedia Susa_shush_test susa_high.html (6 min 31 sec). * Pictures of Shushtar on Fotopedia. * of Shushtar'' Farsi *


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the Sassanian Shah Shapur I defeated the Roman (Roman Empire) emperor Valerian (Valerian (emperor)), he is said to have ordered the captive Roman soldiers to build a large bridge and dam stretching over 500 metres. ;

Niklaus title Römische Talsperren journal Antike Welt volume 8 issue 2 pages 25–32 (32) year 1978 * *

Talsperren place Stuttgart publisher Verlag Konrad Wittwer year 1987 volume 1 pages 47–56 (50) isbn 3-87919-145-X External links * '''''English tour guide and translator in Shushtar''''' * '''''Shushtar ''Instagram''''''' * ''Visiting Shushtar'' Photo Essay * Hamid-Reza Hosseini, ''Shush at the foot


ancient water

1987 volume 1 pages 221–274 isbn 3-87919-145-X * *


amp water

1987 volume 1 pages 221–274 isbn 3-87919-145-X * *


past agricultural

; is a city in and the capital of Shushtar County, Khuzestan Province, Iran. At the 2012 census, its population was 192,361. away from Ahvaz, the centre of the province. Much of its past agricultural productivity derives from the Roman (Ancient Rome)-built irrigation system which centered on the Band-e Kaisar, the first dam bridge in Iran. ref name "


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Shushtar

'''Shushtar''' (

Shushtar is an ancient fortress city, approximately away from Ahvaz, the centre of the province. Much of its past agricultural productivity derives from the Roman (Ancient Rome)-built irrigation system which centered on the Band-e Kaisar, the first dam bridge in Iran. The Mayor of Shushtar is Ahmad Asefi.

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