- You will see 4 tombs in the mountain of Darius I, Artaxerxes I, Xerxes I, and Darius II although historians debate about it.
Each cross shaped above is over 75 feet high and 60 feet wide.
- Eight stone carvings from Sassanian dynasty below the achaemenian tombs showing conquests of kings; believed was created to celebrate the victory of Sassanian king, over the Romanian invader, Valerian.
A 25 ft high victory carving shows Roman leaders Valerian and
Philip the Arab abase themselves before their conquerer Shapur I in 260 A.D.
- Used to be a ladder which visitors could climb up to the tombs but is no longer available. The size of these are incredible!
Here you can see someone standing in front of the Shapur victory carving.
- The building below, the Ka' be Zardusht (Kabba of Zoroaster), assumed to be a Zoroastrian fire temple from Achaemenian Period exists but scholars are uncertain about it's use.