Chishmah-Ali
Tehran, Iran
A hill with a spring to the north of Rayy.  In the 1930s archeological excavations unearthed 7,000 year-old artifacts indicating the long history of settlement in the area.  In 1831/1246 AH, the Qajar ruler Fath-Ali Shah had a portrait of himself and other Qajar princes engraved in the rock. 
Location
Tehran, Iran
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Events
1831/1246 AH
Variant Names
چشمه علی
Original
Chishmah-Ali
Transliterated
Chishma Ali
Alternate transliteration
Cheshme Ali
Alternate transliteration
Cheshmeh Ali Hill
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rock carvings