Persepolis remained lost to the world and buried in sand until the 1930s when excavations started. It is now now an archaeological site located in southern Iran and is one of the most artifact-rich archaeological sites in the world. It was named Parsa and known to the ancient world as
The wealthiest city under the sun but later under subsequent Greek influence became known as Persepolis,
The City of the Persians. This expansive land has been the cradle of an ancient civilization, and governmental center of Persian king of kings and several dynasties for millenniums. UNESCO declared the ruins of Persepolis a World Heritage Site in 1979.
Timeline of Persia: 8th millennium B.C.E. to Present day »
Persepolis monuments and structures, one could find the essentials, foundations, and lofty values of the Persian masterful architectures, because it was important for them what they built, why they built it, and for whom they built it. so, they have designed and created such masterpieces which one, by looking at each section of them, would feel pride and exaltation.
While staying and appending time in the environment of
Persepolis, one would feel good, peace, solace, optimism, and humbleness.