Susa to develop tourist infrastructure


Susa, a treasured ancient Iranian city occupying the whole southern flank of modern Shush, is set to develop tourist infrastructure as a prerequisite for a tourism boom.

“We are planning to help develop tourism in Susa which leads to the economic prosperity in this region,” Shush Governor Mohsen Hoveyzeh said on Sunday.

A top destination for modern travelers, the UNESCO-listed Susa was once the winter residence of Persian kings after having been captured by Cyrus the Great. Susa became part of the Persian Empire under Cyrus II, the Great in 538 or 539 BC.


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