Pasargadae: one of the oldest residences of the Achaemenid kings, founded by Cyrus the Great (r.559-530). It resembled a park of 2x3 km in which several monumental buildings were to be seen.
The building called "Palace P" by the excavators of Pasargadae is usually regarded as the residence of king Cyrus the Great (r.559-530). A striking feature is that the remains of the columns - five rows of six pillars - all reach the same height, which can be explained from the fact that they once were used for a portico surrounding the Tomb of Cyrus.
The Pasargad World Heritage Site is a collection of ancient Achaemenid archaeological heritage located in Pasargad city in Fars province. The complex includes buildings such as the Great Cyrus Tomb, Pasargad, the Pasargady Gardens, the Palace of the Gates, the palace, the palace palace, the palace, the two valleys, the royal garden water, the tomb of Cambyses, the tent defensive structures, the mozafari caravansary, the holy sanctuary and the tropical valley .