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The Tangibastan (Kurdish Kermanshahi, the "Archipelago" means the old arch) is a collection of Sassanid period stones and stones located in Kurdistan Iran northwest of Kermanshah and west of Iran. It was built in the third century and has a lot of artistic and historical value. Several historical scenes, including the coronation of Khosrow Parviz, the coronation of Ardeshir II, the crown of Shahpour II and the third, as well as several stones (inscriptions) on the Pahlavi script and hunting ceremony by horsemen and playing music with Cheng . The presence of the mountains and springs in this place has made it a beautiful, circular tour that has been considered from ancient times to the present day.
The Tabat Bostan is said to be in Kermanshahi (Kurdish). The "arch" is the same arch, "Osa" means the old one, and thus the "axis of oxa" or the arch of the axis means the old arch means. This collection was built in the third century. The Sasanian kings chose the areas around Persepolis to sculpt their statues, but from the time of Artaxerxes II and the kings after him, they selected Taq Bostan that was located along the Silk Road and had a lush and lush nature.
The most important work in the vault of Bostan is the large vault with crown jewel of Khosrow Parviz, which has an ivory with a rectangular space of 7 meters and 85 centimeters, a height of 11 meters and 90 centimeters, and a depth of 7 meters and 65 centimeters, at the entrance to the vault, rock The pictures of winged angels, the tree of life, hunter hunters, and the hunting of birds and fish in the swamp, and the roles of elephants, horses and boats, represent a celebration of happiness.
Northwest of Kermanshah