Discovered relics in Takhti metro station represent rich culture of Isfahan

"Isfahan is known as a historical city which is like an open museum without walls," a drilling operation specialist said in the unveiling ceremony of Jahan Pahlavan Takhti's sculpture and also discovered relics in the drilling operation of the first line of Isfahan subway.

Isfahan (IMNA) – "In scientific explorations or drilling operations, we may find the ancient objects that we should preserve them. If the drilling operations continue with the presence of the antiques experts, the lost historical puzzles of the city will be put in their right place," Alireza Jafari said.

"These discovered relics that dating back to the Seljuk and Al-e-Buyeh era, represent the rich culture of Isfahan. Each corner of Isfahan has a treasure from the past, like the portal of Jameh mosque that indicates the rich culture of this city," he added.

Thanking from professor Nematollahi and Basraee who have made the chalky sample of Takhti's sculpture, he continued, "After making the chalky sample of this sculpture, a bronze sample was made and prepared to install in Takhti metro station beside the discovered relics. Constructing this sculpture was propounded and approved in art and architecture committee of urban subway organization."

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