A book on the UNESCO-registered Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System, which is known globally as a ‘masterpiece of creative genius’, has recently been published in Braille.
Some 800 water-related structures have so far been identified across Khuzestan province in southwest Iran.
The Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System dates back to the 3rd century CE and includes parts that are datable to the 5th century BC.
Iran is home to twenty-two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, places that have been designated as important to the history of humankind.
Images of Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System in the southwestern Iranian Province of Khuzestan.
Shadravan Bridge, also known as Caesar Bridge, whose construction dates back to the Sassanid era, is said to be the most ancient bridge in the world.
Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System is an island city in Iran’s Khuzestan Province with a complex irrigation system. It was registered on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites in 2009.