Here is the Land of Pasargadae.The burial place of Cyrus The Great, the founder of the Persian Empire, a man who denounced slavery and forced labor and believed in religion freedom, a monotheist of the ancient word who
labored to promote goodness and justice as attested by the cuneiforms he ordered to be written on the Cyrus Cylinder in the ancient Babylonia.
The site contains monuments from 5000 years ago as well as the ruins of several royal palaces, the trace of a royal garden and several towers. Pasargadae is located a few kilometers away from the Persepolis (Takht-e Jamshid).
The Pasargadae complex was registered in UNESCO World Heritage List in 2004.