Do you know what Kermanshah burial mounds are and where they were located? Have you ever heard the word mourning? Why should a corpse be buried in the heart of a mountain? Why is the height of some burial mounds so far from the ground?
You must have seen a grave once in your life, what about the burial ground? Or is it better to say what about the burial mounds of Kermanshah? Most burial mounds are in the form of a stone chamber in the heart of a rock, mountain, hill or cliff in which the deceased was placed. Are people still burying corpses in burial mounds?
What does dump mean?
A burial mound is a man-made structure in the highlands, especially in the heart of a large rock, cliff, hill or mountain, which in ancient times was used for burial and burial of various people. .
How many burial mounds does Kermanshah have?
Kermanshah has 9 burial mounds, which include Ishaqvand, Davood’s shop, Darband scene, Ravansara, Shams Abad, Deira, San Rostam, Bard Asheghan and Bernaj, each of which has its own characteristics and shape. They have their own icon.
What are the most famous burial mounds in Kermanshah?
Davood’s burial mound is one of the most famous, famous and important ancient burial mounds in Kermanshah, which dates back to the Median or Achaemenid period.
You may be wondering why people were buried in burial mounds? Or why were the dead not buried in the cemetery or on the ground like other corpses? Certainly carving a rock of this size, scraping a rock of that magnitude seems like a difficult and exhausting task, so why did they bother so much?
I’m wondering if the three pyramids of Egypt are also a kind of Egyptian burial ground? Egyptian burial mounds may or may not be triangular in shape. In Iranviva Tourism Magazine we examine the burial mounds of Kermanshah.
What is a dump at all?
Burial mound refers to the architecture, building and space made by human hands. In ancient times, a room was built in the heart of a large rock, cliff, hill or mountain to bury different people, which is called a burial ground. I can mention the burial mounds of Kermanshah with its ancient and ancient appearance, including the burial mounds of Ishaqvand, Davood’s shop, Sahneh Darband, etc.
Therefore, in addition to Kermanshah burial mounds in Iran, France, Turkey, North Africa, Italy, Finland, Greece, Peru, Spain, Ukraine and even the United States have their own burial mounds.
I do not forget the value of some burial mounds for the people of the region and the village, which is so high that they visit these burial mounds not only as antiquities, but also to hold their religious rituals. In the following, we will refer to the burial mounds of Kermanshah.
The structure of Kermanshah burial mounds is astonishing how at that time they were able to cut the heart of the rock so beautifully and also create decorative frames around it.
Ishaqvand burial ground
Ishaqvand or Skond burial mound is one of the first burial mounds in Kermanshah that we want to talk about. This burial mound is located in the northeast of Deh No village and 25 km southwest of Hersin in Kermanshah.
Number, size, shape and distance of 3 carved and embedded stone burial mounds of Ishaqvand or Farhad Tash burial mounds in Kermanshah province are different.
این The monument takes us back to the time of the Medes. Ishaqvand burial mound, like other burial mounds in Kermanshah, is one of the national monuments of Iran. Among the three graves, above the middle burial mound is a profile of the buried person for an audience that may be you.
Address of Ishaqvand Cemetery: Kermanshah province, 25 km southwest of Hersin, northeast of Dehno village
Girakhmeh Deireh is located on the 24 km route of Sarpol-e Zahab road towards Deira, near the village of Glin and in the village of Deira.
The question that arises here is why do two of the burial mounds point to Farhad?
Address of Deireh Cemetery: Kermanshah, Sarpol-e Zahab, Deira village
The address of the late burial mound on Google Map
Gordakhmeh San Rostam
The seventh burial mounds of Kermanshah, San Rostam burial mound is located 64 km south of Kermanshah, 10 km from Bozhan village in Osmanvand village, near Jezman river and Chenar village. Let me tell you about the life of San Rostam burial ground, since there is no inscription, role or reference from this burial ground.
The date and period of its formation, like other burial mounds in Kermanshah, is unknown, but some scholars date it back to the Sassanid period. Sun in Kurdish and the dialect of Lak people means stone and San Rostam is interpreted as the meaning of Sang Rostam. Is there a connection between San Rostam and Rostam Shahnameh?
San Rostam burial mound is carved in the heart of a very large rock and all around this burial mound, like the burial mounds of Kermanshah, has carved shapes and grooves decorated with arched roofs. San Rostam burial mound in Kermanshah province is considered as one of the national monuments of Iran. Unlike the distance of many burial mounds, San Rostam burial ground is not far from the ground and is very similar to the burial ground of lovers.
Address of San Rostam burial ground: 64 km south of Kermanshah, Jalavand region, 10 to 11 km from Bozhan village
San Rustam burial address on Google Map
Lovers’ burial mound in Kermanshah burial mounds
Gordakhmeh Bard Asheghan or in Kurdish Behord Asheghan is one of the historical burial mounds of Kermanshah in the village of Melleh Dizgeh and in the city of Sarpol-e Zahab. The resemblance of the lovers’ burial mound to the San Rostam burial mound is that both of them are in the shape of a chamber in the chest of a large piece of stone.
Address of the burial mound of lovers: Kermanshah, Sarpol-e Zahab city, Melleh Dizgeh village
Bernaj burial mound in Kermanshah burial mounds
Bernaj burial ground is located in Harsin city, 14 km northwest of Biston city and in a village of the same name.
Unlike other burial mounds in Kermanshah that were built during the Median or Achaemenid eras, the burial mounds of Barnaj or Farhad Kan in Kermanshah province belong to the Sassanid period, although it should not be said that this mausoleum is Sassanid or Parthian. There are differences. However, the Barnaj burial mound in Kermanshah, with its historical background, like other burial mounds, is considered one of the national monuments of Iran.
Address of Bornaj burial mound: Kermanshah, Harsin city, 14 km northwest of Biston, Barnaj village