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Tomb of Darius the Great Darius I (the Great), ruled 521-486 BCE. The empire of Darius the Great extended from Egypt in the west to the Indus River in the east thus earning the title Darius the Great. The major satrapies or provinces of his Empire were connected to the center at Persepolis, in the Fars Province of present-day Iran. The Royal Road connected 111 stations to each other.

Tomb of Darius the Great Darius I (the Great), ruled 521-486 BCE. The empire of Darius the Great extended from Egypt in the west to the Indus River in the east thus earning the title Darius the Great. The major satrapies or provinces of his Empire were connected to the center at Persepolis, in the Fars Province of present-day Iran. The Royal Road connected 111 stations to each other.

500 años de fascinación por la Capilla Sixtina

500 años de fascinación por la Capilla Sixtina