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The Archeology Museum of Shahr-e Kord opened in 2004 in Parhizgar Bathhouse. The bathhouse which consists of a women’s bath and a men’s bath was built in 1947. The Archeology Museum houses the oldest artifacts uncovered in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province which date back to 9,000 years ago. These items include Neolithic artifacts such as stone tools of different sizes, clay vessels and bone tools.  The museum showcases clay vessels with black geometric designs from the 4th and 5th millennium BC, plain bronze vessels from the Median era (678 -549 BC) including bowls, plates, cups and containers with spouts. An Achaemenid era (550-330 BC) stone bowl with a cuneiform inscription that reads “May Ahura Mazda protect this land from enemies, drought, and lies” is also on display at the Archeology Museum of Shahr-e Kord.

Archeology Museum

  • Address

    Vali Asr St., Cinema Intersection, Shahre Kurd