Mar 25, 2021, 4:22 PM
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Taq-e Bostan, which literally means “arch or the garden”, is a historical site in Kermanshah, western Iran. The arch is carved in stone on a hillside around the 4th century during Sassanid Empire (224–651). In the following series of images, you can see tourists who have traveled to the place on March 25, 2021. IRNA/Bahman Zarei

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