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Eshkaft-e Siahoo (Persian: اشکفت سیاهو), which means "black cave" in the dialect of the people of the region, is a 10,000-year-old neolithic stone dwelling near Rahmat Mountain in the Marvdasht Plain in the Fars province, Iran. The cave was discovered in June 2006.
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