To be completely honest we don’t know a whole lot about this one. There’s a slight chance it might be Santa Claus’ holiday home, but we’re pretty sure something was lost in translation there.
Alright, enough with the bad jokes. The second stop on the tour is the ruins of a typical clay fortress. It’s not in the best of shapes and many of the original decorative details have been lost. Unless your taxi driver moonlights as an archaeologist, you also won’t be able to find out much about the fortress’ history. There are no signs, not even in Farsi. On the bright side there’s also no entry fee.
Oh, and by the way. There’s a schoolyard next door and if the kids in there spot you, good luck. They’ll be jumping up and down and waving like crazy for the next ten minutes. You’re expected to reciprocate so we suggest you bring a wristband and do some light pre-exercise stretching.
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