This monumental tomb is dated to the year B.C. 546. This structure is considered to be the co-production of Ionian, Lydian and Persian architectural cultures. The grave was created by carving a rock that was one piece. This grave is the point where Susa reached to the sea as the historical trade route that reached from Iran to Western Anatolia.

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