In addition to all the unique natural monuments, “Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad” provinces are also of special importance in terms of ancient and cultural monuments.
Near the city of Basht, in a village called Shush, there are two stone pillars on a low hill, which is one of the tourist attractions of this region from “Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad” province. These two columns are located in a flat and beautiful space and for this reason, in addition to their ancient charm, they have a special natural attraction.
The exact use of these stone pillars is not known, but there are theories that the remains of a fire temple or other similar place of worship. The height of one of these two columns is 190 cm and the other is 2 meters, which are placed on the ground at a distance of half a meter from each other. The columns are built seamlessly.
These pillars are located on a hill near a village called Sush. Access to these can be done by vehicle and does not require much walking. Of course, due to the lack of guidance signs, this work is a little difficult to find and requires guidance from the locals.
This sight is surrounded by beautiful gardens and therefore a beautiful view can be seen from the top of the hill.
South of “Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad” has a tropical climate. For this reason, the best time to visit this area is early spring.