"Persian historical places are said to be among the richest in the world". What are some evidence and examples to support this view? Please discuss this statement.
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Some may argue that Greek, Roman or Egyptian historical places are among the richest in the world. But the Persians had a great empire and they left an abundance of impressive sites. One such site is the palace complex at Persepolis. Persepolis was the ancient capital of the Achaemenid Dynasty. The palace complex was started by Darius 1 (the Great), one of the most powerful Persian leaders, around 518 B.C. It was built at the foot of Kuh-i-Rahmat and took about a century to complete. It stands as a monument to the splendor of the Persian empire.
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