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    Shushtar aquatic structures during the Sassanian era have been constructed to use water as a stimulus for industrial mills. In this large complex, grinding mills, waterfalls, canals and massive water tunnels are remarkable and interesting. Famous French archaeologist Madame Jean Diulaphou has mentioned this site as the largest industrial complex before the Industrial Revolution.



  • Gallery 1

    Shushtar aquatic structures during the Sassanian era have been constructed to use water as a stimulus for industrial mills. In this large complex, grinding mills, waterfalls, canals and massive water tunnels are remarkable and interesting. Famous French archaeologist Madame Jean Diulaphou has mentioned this site as the largest industrial complex before the Industrial Revolution.



  • Gallery 3

    Shushtar aquatic structures during the Sassanian era have been constructed to use water as a stimulus for industrial mills. In this large complex, grinding mills, waterfalls, canals and massive water tunnels are remarkable and interesting. Famous French archaeologist Madame Jean Diulaphou has mentioned this site as the largest industrial complex before the Industrial Revolution.



  • Gallery 4

    Shushtar aquatic structures during the Sassanian era have been constructed to use water as a stimulus for industrial mills. In this large complex, grinding mills, waterfalls, canals and massive water tunnels are remarkable and interesting. Famous French archaeologist Madame Jean Diulaphou has mentioned this site as the largest industrial complex before the Industrial Revolution.