Archaeological Museum of Ardebil,Iran
Archaeological Museum is an equipped museum with cultural and historical structure
Ardabil is one of the ancient cities of Iran which is about 1500 years old and the remains of Ardebil are evidence that the city has a rich history.
Ardebil has many historical sites and museums,that each represent the history and civilization of the past.
Experts say Ardabil Archaeological Museum represents one million years of history and civilization.It is one of the oldest archaeological discoveries in the country.
This museum was built in 2009, on an area of 1700 square meters, in two floors.
Ardabil Archaeological Museum is a Collection of Ardebil style painted earthenware, Sgraphiato ,Feqah, Blue and white porcelain of the Safavid era, Earthenware jug , Glass containers of historical and Islamic era, Zarrin Faam container Metal objects with different martial uses Sheikh Safi’s Historical and Cultural Collection and its remnants represents a part of human civilization activities in Ardebil.
Archaeological site of Boyni Yoghon castle
(One of the most important part of the Ardabil Archaeological Museum is Boyni Yoghon castle in KorAbbasloo viliige (a vilige of Niir city.
in this collection is a region called Boyni yoghon to show history and civilization of Parthian.
its dates back to the iron age. now there is an embedded woman in the shape of an embryo in it.
This section is related to the pre-Islamic period.
.Visitors who are interested in visiting this section can see different examples in the east part
.It is interesting to know that, in ancient time of Iran someone who was dying before noon was buried facing in sun and east and who was dying afternoon was buried facing in west and moon at night
Russian archaeologists have discovered valuable residuals from the basin of Qizil Ozoon river in years 2005 to 2006.
Saved residuals in museum
There are simple,varied and painted earthenware of various historical and Islamic periods,gray containers, painted earthenware in type of .Ardebil, it is belong to the Achaemenid and Parthian period and Raytheons from the first millennium BC in showcase of first floor
Metal and glass object are other valuable residual that show in this museum which introduces the art and technique of glassmaking and metal working in Iran.These objects date back to the first millennium BC to the Sassanid era and the glorious period of Islam.
A exquisite scriptural Qur’an donated by king Tahmaseb safavi to Sheikh Safi that it is kept at the museum.