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Southern Iran includes the southern areas of the Zagros Mountains and the northern coast of Persian Gulf, which includes the provinces of Fars, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad, Hormozgan and Bushehr. Sometimes the provinces of Khuzestan and Kerman are also included in this division. A large part of southern Iran has a warm and dry climate. The cities of Shiraz, Bushehr, Yasuj, Lar, Abadeh, Bandar Assalouyeh, Bandar Abbas and Kish are among the major cities of the region. The southern Iranian language is inspired by the warmth of the region. The music is popular in the provinces of Hormozgan, Bushehr and Khuzestan. This kind of music has a happy rhythm. What is most relevant to the study of southern music, especially Hormozgan, is the demographic composition of the area. In this region, other than local residents, there are other ghosts, including very old African migrants. The music of the southern part of Iran, especially the singing of the port, is believed to have deep roots in the beliefs of some of the creators, with African native music. Music forms of southern Iran.

Shoosh In Ahvaz Province
shoosh is located in the north of Ahvaz, at a distance of 1010 kilometers from Tehran, and has a warm climate. Shoosh is one of the oldest civilization centers in the world. As a result, archeological excavations of prehistoric times have been discovered. The first people to boost Shush were Elamites. During the reign of this people, Shoosh was chosen as the capital. After the Achaemenes domination, Shoosh retained its greatness and elected Darius Achaemenes as the capital of the winter, and until the early Muslims, Shoosh continued to flourish. The castle was built in 1898 by Morgan on the northern hill of Akroupl. The ancient name of Shoosh was Sosyan’s Plain, which later became known as Shoosh
Acropolis Castle, Shoosh
The castle of Acropolis or Castle of Shoosh was built by the French archeological board in 1897 on the highest point of the city  and is very similar to the Bastille de France. The castle was built by Dezfuli using bricks derived from Darius’s palace and a number of bricks arranged into a Cygnus barbell. Before the Islamic Revolution, the castle was given to the French, and later it was used as the archaeological site of Shoosh. The famous sculpture of the Queen of Nepali-Soswon, the statue of Hammurabi, and the most famous works of the Acropolis hill, is Shoosh’s pottery, the color of the chickpea and the role of a great name. The fortress, which during the imposed war, was repeatedly hit by Iraqi ballistic bullets and was restored by the Khuzestan Province Reconstruction Team.

Chagamish hill, Dezful
At a distance of 40 km south-east of Dezful, there are several hills in the name of Chaghamish. The hill, according to various surveys, reveals that the city is a prehistoric city, dating to about 34 centuries BC.
The primary cultures of its inhabitants have been characterized by the special style of chess and its fine pottery. These cultures are about 6,000 years BC.

The ancient city of Jundishapur, Dezful
The ancient city of Jundishapur is located 10 km from Dezful, in Abad Village . Jundi Shahpour appeared to have been made Shahpur I, after the victory over Valerian, and the seventh from his head, Shapur Zolaktav, developed it into a great city. The University of the city at the time was one of the most valuable universities in the world, and for decades later it was recognized as a major scientific center.
BGS Travel helps you to find the best place for your stay in Dezful ,let you know about all historical places such as  cornice baths, also known as the Anthropology Museum, that are left from the Qajar buildings, located in the center of the Carnation neighborhood and in the northernmost part of the old texture of the city.
Dezful’s old market is another historical part of the city that worth to visit.
In the old market, a variety of handicrafts such as carpets, scarves, and other . There is also a beautiful caravan in the market, but the oldest building on this market is the tomb of Sheikh Isma’il Qassri dating back to the 6th century AH.

Karoon River in Khozestan Province
Khuzestan province is a City of southwest in Iran, located in the Persian Gulf, and is the center for Iranian oil and gas production. The area of Khuzestan province is 64,057 square kilometers and with a population of 4,710,506 people, it is considered as the fifth populated province of Iran. Ahwaz is the capital of Khuzestan province. Khuzestan is the land of sceneries. Some are natural and some are historical. The fact that two places named Shadegan Wetland and the historical city of Shoosh located in Khuzestan are registered by UNESCO shows the importance of this region.
Karoon River as a highlight in this region is the richest and longest river in Iran. From the spring of the valleys of the Vengo Zardkouh mountains in the Shoorab village, it is located 91 km from Shahrekord, and it flows from the western valley of the Zardokuhbe to the southwest as the water of Koohrang. After entering the Kuhrang Dam Lake, a part of its water is dipped by a tunnel dug in the mountains of the staff, and the other part passes through the dam and passes through the valley of the mountain, after passing through the long path and bending before The entrance to Khuzestan is mixed with the Khorasan River and then goes out of the province of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari in a part of the middle of the village and comes to Khuzestan province. All of these events, of course, create fantastic views