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Mobarakabad Destination Guide

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Mobarakabad in the region of Fārs is located in Iran - some 409 mi (or 659 km) South of Tehran, the country's capital city.

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Time in Mobarakabad is now 04:05 AM (Monday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Tehran" with an UTC offset of 3.5 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Ne'matabad, Yasuj, Jaldak, Dammam, Shiraz or Koturi. Since you are here already, consider visiting Najmekan, Mobarakabad, Kateh Mian, Jamalabad, Ahmadabad and Mehrabad. We also found some pictures.




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Interesting facts about this location

Tomb of Cyrus

The Tomb of Cyrus is the burial place of Cyrus the Great of Persia. The tomb is located in Iran, at the Pasargadae World Heritage Site. It has six broad steps leading to the sepulchre, the chamber of which measures 3.17 m long by 2.11 m wide by 2.11 m high and has a low and narrow entrance. Though there is no firm evidence identifying the tomb as that of Cyrus, Greek historians tell that Alexander III of Macedon believed it was.

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Located at 30, 53.35 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 17 mi away.
Tags:Historic sites, Mausoleums in Iran

Pasargadae

Pasargadae, the capital of Cyrus the Great (559–530 BC) and also his last resting place, was a city in ancient Persia, and is today an archaeological site and one of Iran's UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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Located at 30, 53.35 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 17 mi away.
Tags:6th-century BC architecture, Achaemenid cities, Archaeological sites in Iran, Archaeology of the Achaemenid Empire, Artifacts in the collection of the Smithsonian Institution, Fars Province, Former populated places in Iran, Iranian architecture, Populated places established in the 6th century BC, World Heritage Sites in Iran