The Tomb of Susa is one of the six places said to belong to Daniel’s tomb, made by the order of a Shiite Cleric with a pineapple dome that is not common in Iran.
Chogha Zanbil is an ancient Elamite complex in the Khuzestan province. It is the earliest Iranian building registered in UNESCO.
Fars province is located in the central part of Iran, with Shiraz as its center known as Iran’s cultural capital due to its numerous cultural significances.
Khuzestan province has a significant number of tourist attractions including the ancient city of Susa, the hydraulic system of Shushtar, Ahvaz bridges, and Karun River.