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http://www.puyeshgaraan.com/Pasargad/Pasargad_Main.htm

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http://www.PetitionOnline.com/Pasargad/petition.html

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I didn't wanna belive this either, cus i though the source might not be reliable but then i found this, on CHN



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Sorry mate, I am gonna have to send this to the non-english board.
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Pending an English synopsis from Iranban.

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Iran's dam will sink tomb of Cyrus the Great Wed.


Iran, Aug. 31 Iran is building a dam which once completed will destroy the 2,500-year-old historic ruins of tomb of the first Achaemenian king of ancient Persia.

The Sayvand Dam being constructed in the central Fars province will inevitably cause river waters to submerge Persepolis, the capital of ancient Persia, and Pasargard, the site of the mausoleum of the first Persian conqueror Cyrus the Great.

The dam which is near completion is some eight kilometres from Pasargard and 50 kilometres from Persepolis, according to an official in Irans Cultural Heritage Organisation.

The dam is to start operation in early 2006.

Water built up from the dam would destroy the historic sites which contain magnificent artefacts about ancient Irans heritage and have buried underground much of Persian civilisations hidden secrets.

Cyrus the Great, believed to have been the first king to have introduced a universal declaration of human rights, lived from 580-529 BC

According to a report by Cultural Heritage News agency, the dispute between officials of the Power Ministry and those of Irans Cultural Heritage and Tourism Organization can only be resolved through the intervention of top-ranking authorities. = We're screwed  

The head of the Pasargad archeological complex, Babak Kian stated that due to the construction of Sivand Dam eight kilometers from Bolaghi Pass, most of the historical monuments are threatened with submersion.
The 18-kilometer Bolaghi Pass is located 84 kilometers from Pasargad site and is considered part of it. According to many experts, the pass is the most important archeological route of the country and served as a link between Pasargad and Persepolis.



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An open letter to the people of the world and the United Nations Organization.

We, the undersigned, regretfully have to inform all the inhabitants of our planet earth that one of the greatest parts of the historical heritage of human race is on the verge of permanent extinction. The Islamic Republic of Iran has embarked on the finalizing stages of a dam construction in south of Iran that will ultimately drown the archeological sites of Pasargad and Persepolice, the ancient capital of the Archimedean Empire a rich and complex site that, since its inception, has been considered by all writers of antiquity as one of the wonders of the ancient world and, thus, a part of the cultural heritage of the human race.

Comparing to the destruction of two Buddha statues in Afghanistan by the Talibans, this new threat and its consequent loss is beyond any imaginable destruction that have been inflicted on the history of the world. Although these glorious remainders of the Iranian history are a part of this nations historical identity, their loss is not by any means confined to them. That is to say, it is not only the Iranian nation that would be deprived of the most important part of its cultural identity; it is the world history that is in danger.

Considering only one fact could convey a powerful message to all of us. Amongst the sites that are threatened to be wiped from the face of the earth lies the tomb of Cyrus the Great, the Archimedean king of 2500 years ago who, in his unification of political systems, brought freedom to all those nations that lived under his lead through his Declaration of Human Rights. In fact, he is considered as the first human being in power who has advocated for the right of humans to choose and adhere to their values, cultures, religious creeds and trains of thought. A replica of the cylinder of his declaration is now exhibited in the UN building to symbolize the long efforts of our race to exit from the savagery of the animal kingdom and enter into the man-made civilized world. It is the tomb of this father of human rights that is being totally erased amongst many other historical monuments.

We call upon the conscious of all human beings and caution them about this immanent threat that is shadowing over an ancient country, culture and history. We need to see the immediate action of all world organizations, especially the United Nations and its cultural wings such as UNESCO, to step in and stop this inhumane cruelty to such precious heritages of our human race. We need to see immediate action and will follow our petition in any venues that are opened to us. Accordingly, we are setting up an International Committee to Save the Archeological Sites of Pasargad and invite every body to join it. We have to remember this: If the civilized world does not stop such a horrendous action of the forces of destruction now, we will soon lose everything that our civilization has created.

On behalf of the International Committee to Save the Archeological Sites of Pasargad

Shokooh Mirzadegi (Iranian writer)
Dr. Esmail Nooriala (Iranian Writer)

Sign the petition:  http://www.petitiononline.com/Pasargad/petition.html

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  Quote azimuth Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-Sep-2005 at 05:12

 

never expected Iran to do such thing,

these type of actions are mostly Arabic style ,as an example the Great Dam of Egypt.

 

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  Quote Cyrus Shahmiri Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-Sep-2005 at 05:36
This is a big lie, Sivand dam won't destroy any historical building!
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  Quote Iranban Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-Sep-2005 at 07:33

It says "most of the historical monuments in the Bolaghi Pass are threatened with submersion."

 

Some 84 archeological sites, which will go under water once the dam becomes operational, including mounds dating back to pre-Christian era, metal-melting furnaces, caves and residential areas, graves pertaining to the Persian rulers era (Ferqehdaran), cemetery and seven-kilometer stone border dating back to the Ashkanid era etc. have been identified for research studies.

Here's another source http://www.iran-daily.com/1383/2077/html/art.htm

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  Quote Zagros Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-Sep-2005 at 10:02

Originally posted by Cyrus Shahmiri

This is a big lie, Sivand dam won't destroy any historical building!

I think you are right, I have been to Persepolis, Naqshe Rostam etc, they are not in any valley and are roughly at the same altitude as Shiraz, ther eis no basin for the water to fill.



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  Quote Anujkhamar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-Sep-2005 at 11:29
Trust him....he's now Dr. Shahmiri
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  Quote Cyrus Shahmiri Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-Sep-2005 at 15:31
I had posted this thread the Bolaghi Gorge but there is in fact no historical building, this region is just part of ancient Persia and it is said archaeologists can find something there!!
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  Quote Behi Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02-Sep-2005 at 08:55

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But I Guess They would Like to Clear our infidel Fathers History
They weren't Mouslim, It's shame for them!!

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  Quote Behi Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02-Sep-2005 at 09:17

Originally posted by Azimuth

never expected Iran to do such thing,

these type of actions are mostly Arabic style ,as an example the Great Dam of Egypt.

& Don't Forget they Like to be Arab
& Most Shameful for them, Cyrus Save Jews instead of Genecide.
It's Unforgiven Crime

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  Quote Zagros Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02-Sep-2005 at 13:55
This all seems like hype, Pasargard is not in a basin and Persepolis is on a big rock.
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