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All the history and archeology aficionados, pull your seats closer, because we have a real treat for y'all. Welcome to “The Archaeologist,” an educational project that stretches through Facebook and Instagram, racking up 300K between the two channels.
Human talent knows no bounds, and this holds true both for the people of the past and those in our current times, especially when it comes to crafting impressive structures. These range from small yet stunning creations like hand-carved coins bearing the faces of past rulers to large-scale structures as vast as the Colosseum's Basement in Rome.
Most of us find architecture fascinating. The built environment around us reflects the history and culture of a place that can shape our experiences and perceptions of an area. However, not all the buildings stand the test of time and many are left to decay. For some, they become unwanted ghosts of the past; for others, they are objects of mystery and awe.
The Qanat (Kariz) of Kish or Aqueduct of Kish dates back to 2500 years ago and is one of historical places in Kish island , Iran .The Qanat is located 16 m under the ground and its ceiling is covered by oysters and corals . It’s vastness is over 10000 square meters. Nowadays the qanat is changed to an underground city. author of photo: alirezaseydabady author of photo: alirezaseydabady Before the Roman aqueduct, the people of pre-Islamic Iran had developed their own hydraulic system called a…