PASARGAD: A NEW CITY IN THE HISTORICAL LAND
Pasargad is a new city in Fars Province which is located in 135 kilometers to Shiraz and 80 Kilometers to Persepolis. In fact, this city has been built in the historical Pasargadae land.
There is a Permanent river named Bolaghi or Polvar which is connected to Bakhtegan Pond.
As it said, this is a historical land with some evidence of Neolithic period while Pasargadae (UNESCO Site) is the most eminent historical site in this region.
The key point about Pasargadae site is that this place is the intersection of two UNESCO Sites: Pasargadae complexes and one of the most ancient Persian Gardens.
Pasargadae is a complex of remained parts of royal monuments in City of Pasargadae as the first royal capital of Achamenids consisting of Tal-E-Takht, Cambyses tomb, private Palace, Cyrus the great Tomb, and a Caravanserai belonging to Islamic Era.