Takht-e Foulad: A 800-year Old Cemetery in Esfahan

Takht-e Foulad is the fifth most important ancient cemetery of the Islamic word. The first written source that mentions the site is an 11th-century historical book, which reports that Takht-e Foulad held grave of the Israeli prophet Yushea (Prophet Joshua) son of Noah.



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