Tus citadel

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The Citadel of Tus (Persian: ارگ توس‎‎ Arg-e Tus) is a citadel from the Sassanid era, located in Tus, in Razavi Khorasan province of Iran.

It is made of brick and is rectangular in shape, having four circular towers at each corner, with two more circular towers in the inner structure.[1] Not much remains of the structure; however, its size is comparable to other large citadels of the Sassanid era of Iran.

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