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infoThe fortified town of Mehrpadin is one of the best preserved ancient Persian towns, the citadel has an exact rectangle plan and beautifully decorated walls and towers, between the two rows of defensive walls there are guard-rooms, stables and folds and at the core there are different types of residential and public buildings and a main street from north to south which divides the town into two parts.
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kokomo Interesting  
MrPwnage Interesting place.  
Oliver Echoberry Do people still live there or is the town just well conserved ruins?  
Cyrus No permanently in the last 400 years but temporarily especially when people felt danger.  
xvbvcv Always 5 to Iran from Lehistan.  
VariousArtist 5  
Federation2014 1/5. Where is skyline?!  
Terra_ Lovely!  
cadre Would love to visit! 5/5 from Seattle, USA  
mangy Nice!  
mashine1984 5 from Bulgaria  
Alois von T Fantastic! Best regards :-)  
Drac 5/5  
Skur_S 5 from Barnaul, Russia  
Kierowca_bombowca Extraordinary place. Looks as nothing was changed through the centuries.  +1
Elaks Wow! 5/5 Wrocław, Poland  +3
prahovaploiesti 5/5  
PRIMEVAL Amazing heritage! Thank you Cyrus for another interesting banner!  
Skopje/Скопје 5/5 from Macedonia  
ckbs 5/5 from Arima, Trinidad  
SpiderBHZ 4  
RalphGuy 5 from Birmingham, England.  
billding it would be nice if country was mentioned in the banner too rather than having to click it to see where unknown places are located, hope you will consider adding country name too from now on  
Quilmeño89 I think it's better to create that intrigue, which leads one to try to guess first and then to discover it. But it's not that I'm completely against adding the country.  +2
Bardia Saeedi Adding the country name will take up too much space on the image. IMO anyway.  +1
username unnecessary Lovely medieval skyline!  
Bardia Saeedi I think this predates the start of the Middle Ages (5th-15th centuries). So it's a bit older (3rd century I think)  +2
Leonidych 5 from Ufa, Russia  +1
Neem 5/5 from Chelyabinsk, Russia  +1
Cyrus Happy New Persian Year (Nowruz)  +12