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Iran is one of the oldest nations in the world, home to one of the world's oldest civilizations which goes as far back as the Lower Paleolithic. Many evidences have been found in Iran that dates back to 12000 year ago. Artifacts have been also found in Burnt City (Shahr-e-Sukhteh) that dates back to 3200 BC. The Cyrus Cylinder has been historically recognized as the world's first universal charter of human rights.  Such a long history has created a rich culture of art, literature, poetry, music, cuisine, and architecture. Geographically, Islamic Republic of Iran is a country in Western Asia and located in West Asia and borders the Caspian Sea, Persian Gulf, and Gulf of Oman with more than 83 million inhabitants. The official religion in Islamic Republic of Iran is Islam  (Shiite), and about 99.56% of the people of the country are Muslim. Iran's primary languages is Farsi.
There are several Iranian historic sites registered in UNESCO's list of World Heritage. Some of them belong to pre-Islam Iran and some to post-Islam Iran. Some registered cultural sites are: 
1. Persepolis
2. Tchogha Zanbil
3. Meidan-e Emam – Esfahan
4. Takht-e Soleyman
5. Bam and its Cultural Landscape
6. Pasargadae
7. Soltaniyeh
8. Bisotun
9. Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System
10. Sheikh Safi al-din Khãnegãh and Shrine Ensemble in Ardabil
11. Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex
12. Gonbad-e Qãbus
13. Masjed-e Jãmé of Isfahan
14. Golestan Palace
15. Shahr-i Sokhta
16. Susa
17. Historic City of Yazd
18. Sassanid Archaeological Landscape of Fars Region
19. Lut Desert
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