Sarabi House Hotel – Shushtar
Tabib Traditional Hotel – Shushtar
Afzal Traditional Hotel – Shushtar
Shushtar (Shooshtar) is a city in and the capital of Shushtar County, Khuzestan Province, Iran.Shushtar is an ancient fortress city, approximately 92 kilometres (57 mi) away from Ahvaz, the centre of the province.In the Elamite times Shushtar was known as Adamdun. In the Achaemenian times its name was Šurkutir. The modern name, Shushtar, is connected with the name of another ancient city, Susa (or Shush, in Persian pronunciation), and ...read more about Shushtar
Bara’-ebne Malek Tomb – Shushtar
The same lies to the north of Shooshtar. It is opposite the Salasel Castle, and is one of the oldest tombs of the Islamic period in Iran. Bara'-ebne-Malek Ansari was one of the disciples of the Prophet Mohammad (AS).Bara'-ebne-Malek was martyred ...
Band-e Kaisar – Shushtar
This monument was registered in the list of Iran’s national monuments on 15th of Dey 1310 with registration number 78. Pol-e Band Shadirvan is built on Shatit Branch and is one of the most fundamental sections of Shushtar water utilities.This ...
Mostowfi House – Shushtar
This edifice is related to the late Qajar period. From its garden the Shateit River and its surroundings can be observed. The walls and ceilings of this house have been decorated by brick work. Its large Shabestan (nocturnal praying area) has fine ...
Mizan (Valerian) Dam – Shushtar
Mizan or Shapour Dam is a relic of Sassanide era and divides the Karoon River into western and eastern sections. This dam is semi-circular in shape with two diverting arms or prolongations which deviates a part of the Karoon water to flow along the ...