Tehran, March 11, IRNA -- The first Iranian film on the internal architecture and structure of the Achamenid palaces and the deployment of military forces during the era has been produced, it was reported by Iran's Cultural Heritage Organization (ICHO) on Tuesday.
The 40-minute film undertaken on the joint order of Pasargad Parseh Research Foundation and ICHO aims to provide an optimal view to the historical monuments, Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) reported from Tehran.
The film, which was made by Farzin Reza'ian in six months, takes the viewer back to ancient Iran to introduce the events of the time.
The film opens to the viewer the computerized restoration process of the monuments at Persepolis, the former city of Parseh dating back to the Achamenid era.
The spectators pass through the Nations Gate and tour through the palaces of the era including Apadana, Tachar, Sad-Soltoun (100-pillar) and Hadish.
Parseh will be premiered at Persepolis museum in the city of Marvdasht, Fars province during the Iranian new year's holidays (starting March 21).
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