Apr 6, 2015, 1:27 PM
News Code: 81561340
0 Persons
7,000-year-old remains of Iranian woman to have home in Tehran

Tehran, April 6, IRNA – The place where the 7,000-year-old remains of Iranian woman were found will be turned into a museum site, director general of Tehran Cultural Heritage and Tourism Organization (TCHTO) said.

Rajab-Ali Khosro-Abadi said the initiative will not hinder the business persons and workers from marketing activities there.

It will not hamper transportation in that crowded place either, he added.

Experts believe the skeleton of the woman found in Molavi Street in south of the Iranian capital belongs to a traveler from ancient Shahr-e Rey in downtown Tehran who had temporary residence at the site.

Archeologists have found human remains in Molavi Street which dates back to over 5,000 year B.C.

1483**1377