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1800 years of love in Hamedan

Every time the ground is dug in Hamedan, western Iran, a valuable object is found. It was November last year when the workers of the water and sewage board working in one of Hamedan’s old districts came across a sarcophagus holding a long lost secret – two skeletons in each other’s arms.

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