The Ziggurat Dūr Untash   through Iran Travel is an ancient sanctuary built in the time of Ilam (Elamites) era around 1250 BC.   In Iran History, Choghazenbil is a part of the “Dur Untash” city and is located near Susa (ancient city) in Khuzestan province.  In 1979 Choghazenbil this ancient structure was the first Iranian monument to be listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The international community knew this heritage as an exceptional and global monument in Iran Tour.  The Orientalists believe that   Choghazanbil is the first religious building in Iran.

Choghazanbil’s geographical location of Iran Travel:

Historical Choghazenbil site is located in Khuzestan and in the southeastern part of the city of Susa and it is situated on the part of the folding of the structural zone of the Zagros Mountains (Taqdis Sardarabad) in Iran History. The distance between the sites is about 38 km. from Susa and 115 km. to Ahwaz.

The existence of conglomerate slopes in the north and northeast of the area of Iran Tour that created the region’s highlands, along with its southern eroded plain, in Iran History has created a regionalized area and has been a factor to dominate the Chugha Zanbil on the whole region

Iran (Visa) Apparently Elamite planners have regarded this issue for its construction. The historic site of Choghazanbil, in Iran History has maintained its integrity and virility, with little or no special regard to the surrounding areas.

Iranian historic   to Travel to Iran complex of Choghazanbil with an area of ​​about 100 hectares of a central systemized building of Iran History (5 floors squared building with 105 meters each side, 52 meters high) which formerly known as ziggurat, have three separate fences (internal fence, Temples, palaces and tomb houses), water reservoirs, residential houses and warehouse space.

In the construction of an Iran Tour collection of monuments of this work of clay (with the largest use in the construction of the core of the buildings), brick (in three types of simple, enameled and inscribed), Iran Travel plaster, bitumen and mortar mixtures are widely used materials such as glass, stone, Wood and pottery are also used more narrowly and in special places.

It was seized and destroyed by Ashur Bani Pal, king of Assyria, Iran History in 640 BC. Extensive exploration of this ancient site was carried out by French Archaeologist” Roman Crish mon” in the 1950s and 1960s, during Travel to Iran.