News ID: 322504
Published: 0213 GMT June 24, 2022

Yemeni envoy astounded by Susa ‘unique’ tourist attractions

Yemeni envoy astounded by Susa ‘unique’ tourist attractions

Arts & Culture Desk

Yemeni Ambassador to Iran Ibrahim Mohammad Mohammad al-Deilami on Friday visited the historical and religious monuments and tourist attractions of Susa city in Khuzestan Province, southwestern Iran.

The envoy described the tourism capacities of the city of Susa as “unique”, IRNA wrote.

Susa Governor Mahmoud Eydani said that the city’s history dates back to more than 7,000 years ago, adding thousands of tourists visit it every year.

The Iranian official boasted that the city enjoys two UNESCO-registered sites.

Susa is an Iranian ancient city located between Karkheh and Dez rivers in Iran. Susa was the capital of Elamite and the Achaemenid empires.





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