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قلعه کبوران - تفرش - استان مرکزی

قلعه هایادگار دوران قبل از اسلام درمنطقه تفرش هستند از دیگرمراکز واماکن تاریخی این شهر می باشد 

این آثار تاریخی تفرش متعلق به دوران قبل از اسلام است که مصالح به کار رفته در این قلعه ها سنگهای لاشه وگل بوده و هیچ هنر زیبا و باظرافتی درساخت آنها به کار نرفته است . 


مساحت قلعه ها متفاوت می باشد و معمولا با چند برج محصور شده اند که هدف از ساخت آنها برای مقاصد نظامی اهالی ساکن در اطراف این قلعه ها بوده است. 

امروز پس از گذشت صدها سال ساخت وسازهای مسکونی این قلعه ها نیز مورد استفاده مسکونی پیدا کرده اند و کم کم رو به تخریب هستند.

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Uploaded: 08/01/2013
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