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Plan to Revive the Persian Garden of Pasargad

 

News Category: Cultural

 16 October 2004

 

 

A cultural and recreational complex will be constructed around the historic palace of the Achaemenian king Cyrus in Pasargad, Fars province, declared an Iranian architect who is in charge of the project.


Amir Mansouri told ISNA that his project is inspired by the ancient monuments located in Pasargad. "The recreational complex which will include a traditional Persian garden, will not only serve as a venue for the public to spend their leisure hours but will also make them familiar with Iran's ancient history," Mansouri added.


Noting that the cultural complex is influenced by the main palace of Cyrus, he asserted that site of the garden in the cultural complex has been greatly influenced by culture and architecture style of Pasargad.


"The new cultural and recreational complex will cover an area of 17 hectares. Although it will be built by using the state-of-the-art technology, it will remind the people of the Achaemenid era," he added.

 

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