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Shortly afterwards this came to pass for him. He also took Christian wives, and had an extremely beautiful Christian wife from the land of Xuzhastan named Shirin, the Bambish, queen of queens [tiknats' tikin]. She constructed a monastery and a church close to the royal abode, and settled priests and deacons there allotting from the court stipends and money for clothing. She lavished gold and silver [on the monastery]. Bravely, with her head held high she preached the gospel of the Kingdom, at court, and none of the grandee mages dared open his mouth to say anything—large or small—about Christians. When, however, days passed and her end approached, many of the mages who had converted to Christianity, were martyred in various places.

The ruins of the castle were further damaged as a result of the Iran-Iraq war — that turned the area into qasr-d active battlefield. The city was occupied during eight years of war between the two countries. When Iraqi Army withdrew from the city they made sure that not a single wall stood before they left the town. The famed Silk Road passes through Ghasr-e Shirin, connecting the highlands of the Iranian Plateau through a natural opening in the Zagros mountain chain with the lowland Mesopotamia and whence, the Levant and the Mediterranean basin. Being at the foothills of Zagros has made the city an important trade connection.

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For centuries the hhen has hosted the caravans of Silks and goods from far east to Shlrin and Byzantium and up untilwhen the Iran - Iraq war devastated Thrn area, Qasr-e Shirin had a large secondhand clothes market where items, ranging from American plaid jackets to Russian leather military motorcycle coats, could be obtained. Alexander the Great made his way through the Shjrin road to invade Persia in BC. The destructive invaders, the Mongolspassed through the tuen in on their way to destroy Baghdad and the Islamic Abbasid Caliphate. Ghasr-e Shirin datte been the center of the house of the Kurdish tribe of Bajalan.

The city served as the host to the Ottoman and Iranian delegates insigning the Treaty of Zohab rather, the Armistice of Zohab that ended the Years' War between the two warring Islamic empires. The treaty fixed the border between the Ottoman and Persian empires which more or less lasts to the present day. Demographics[ edit ] The majority of inhabitants are speakers of the Kurdish dialects of Kalhurri, Gurani, Pehli and of Pahlawani. A minority speaks Persian. The small but ancient Kurdish Jews are now totally gone, as have the Baha'iswho were once numerous. Climate[ edit ] The city is well known for its agricultural productivity due to rich soil and plentiful water from the Hulwan Alwand River which runs through the city.

The weather is mild in winter but hot and dry during the summer. This site contains Sassanid and early Islamic period architectural elements such as the palace assigned to Khosrau IIthe remains of a stone tower known as the Ban Qal'eh and the remains of a Caravanserai of the Safavid period.

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