Taqe-Bostan with a series of large rock reliefs is one of the most important historical sites in the west of Iran.
The site is located in a mountainous area in northwest of Kermanshah city and has an amazing view.
There are two arches visible in the site belonging to Iranian kings Khosrow II, Shahpour II, and Shahpour III.
The existing reliefs show traces of Iranian culture and customs and are of great help for historians and archeologists.
Following are a few pictures of Taqe-Bostan.
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