Khuzestan is one of the most important and valuable areas of Iran, its tourist attractions are unique in the natural, historical, architectural, social and cultural fields. The name of Khuzestan is always tied to heat and sunshine and palm trees, and it is not strange when we travel to the famous cities of Khuzestan province such as Ahvaz, Abadan and Khorramshahr, you always deal with such pictures. But Khuzestan should be called the 4 season city, which also has a hot and burning summer, as well as a cool and snowy winter. In the summer, it is warm and sunny in one corner of it, and in the other corner it is cool and refreshing, and in winter, its southern cities have temperate and cool weather, and its northern cities are cold and snowy. But the seasons of the fall and spring are the best season in order to travel to Khuzestan; cause its most cities are cool and it’s a great time to visit this ancient province. Khuzestan is one of the places that human civilization has created in the world. In other words, one human civilization was founded in Khuzestan six thousand years ago, and around 5,000 years ago it affected Shush and its surrounding areas, and the writhing was invented there. The inscriptions in Susa show that Khuzestan is one of the most important centers of global civilization and has established firm trade and political relations with neighboring countries. Each of Khuzestan cities has attractions and architectural monuments that tell about the civilization and art of the peoples of this land in the past. The Chogha Zanbil Ziggurat Temple is the most famous and most important historical and architectural monument of the city of Susa in Khuzestan province, that belongs to more than 3200 years ago. This monument was registered in 1979 as the first national monument of Iran in the UNESCO World heritage list. The historical city of Susa in has also Khuzestan province been registered at UNESCO. We will show you all these historical attractions of Khuzestan to get to know this ancient province.