List of archaeological sites by country

This is a list of notable archaeological sites sorted by country and territories. For one sorted by continent and time period, see the list of archaeological sites by continent and age.

Afghanistan

Albania

Algeria

Argentina

Armenia

Australia

Austria

Azerbaijan

Bahrain

Bangladesh

Belgium

Belize

Bolivia

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Brazil

Bulgaria

Cambodia

Canada

Chile

China

Colombia

Costa Rica

Croatia

Cyprus

Czech Republic

Denmark

Ecuador

Egypt

Amarna

El Salvador

Estonia

Finland

France

Georgia

Germany

Greece

Guatemala

Honduras

Hong Kong

Hungary

India

Indonesia

Iran

  • Aamaj Castle
  • Ali Kosh
  • Ali-Sadr Cave
  • Anshan (Persia)
  • Anubanini rock relief
  • Asaak
  • Bābā Jān Tepe
  • Bandar Siraf
  • Bandian Fire Temple
  • Banesh
  • Bardak Siah Palace
  • Barm-e Delak
  • Bastam Citadel
  • Behistun Inscription
  • Bisitun Cave
  • Bit-Istar
  • Boz Dam
  • Chia Jani
  • Chogha Bonut
  • Chogha Golan
  • Chogha Mish
  • Chogha Zanbil
  • Coronation of Ardashir II
  • Darband Cave
  • Darreh Shahr Ancient City
  • Dekhmeh Rawansar
  • Do-Ashkaft Cave
  • Ecbatana
  • Elamite rock relief in Naqsh-e Rostam
  • Eshkaft-e Salman
  • Eshkaft-e Siahoo
  • Essaqwand Rock Tombs
  • Fakhrigah
  • Farhād Tarāsh
  • Ganj Dareh
  • Ganj Par
  • Geoy Tepe
  • Gerdkooh Hills
  • Ghar-e-Pariyan
  • Godin Tepe
  • Great Hagi Jaffar Dam
  • Great Wall of Gorgan
  • Haft Tepe
  • Hajji Firuz Tepe
  • Hilleh Historical Village
  • Huto and Kamarband Caves
  • Istakhr
  • Jiroft
  • Kalahrod
  • Kashafrud
  • Kebar Dam
  • Kelar Mound
  • Khanileh, Kermanshah
  • Kharg Island
  • Khorramabad
  • Khosrow parviz hunting ground
  • Khosrowabad Castle
  • Konar Sandal
  • Kul Tepe Jolfa
  • Kul-e Farah
  • Kurit Dam
  • List of paintings and plots by Pascal Coste and Eugène Flandin
  • Marlik
  • Matiene
  • Mount Behistun
  • Mount Khajeh
  • Nakhcheer
  • Naqsh-e Rustam
  • Nishapur
  • Noushijan Tappe
  • Palace of Darius in Susa
  • Paraw Kukherd
  • Pasargadae
  • Persepolis
  • Poshtab Castle
  • Prehistory of Iran
  • Qadamgah (ancient site)
  • Qahqaheh Castle
  • Qaleh Bozi
  • Qiblah Mosque
  • Rab'-e Rashidi
  • Rabat Tepe
  • Sidekan
  • Rahmatabad Mound
  • Saltmen
  • Sang-i Chakmak
  • Sari, Iran
  • Sefid-Ab
  • Shadiyakh
  • Shah Tepe
  • Shahr-e Sukhteh
  • Shir Ashian Tepe
  • Siba Castle
  • Sorkh Deh chamber tomb
  • Statue of Hercules
  • Tabriz
  • Tachara
  • Takht-e Soleymān
  • Tall-i Bakun
  • Tangeh Bolaghi
  • Taq Bostan
  • Taq-e Gara
  • Tawseelah Castle
  • Tehran Plain
  • Temukan
  • Tepe Hissar
  • Tepe Sialk
  • Tepe Yahya
  • Teppe Hasanlu
  • Teppe Zagheh
  • Terenah
  • The Historic Bath of Siba
  • Tureng Tepe
  • Two domes of Kukherd
  • Warwasi
  • Wezmeh
  • Yafteh
  • Yarim Tepe (Iran)
  • Zayandeh River Culture
  • Ziwiye hoard

more informations: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Archaeological_sites_in_Iran https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_World_Heritage_Sites_in_Iran

Iraq

Republic of Ireland

Israel and Palestinian territories

Italy

Japan

Jordan

Kazakhstan

Kyrgyzstan

Lebanon

Nahr El Kaleb

Libya

Macedonia

Malaysia

Mali

Malta

Mexico

Micronesia

Mongolia

  • Khoid Tsenkheriin Agui (Northern Cave of Blue), Paleolithic cave drawings
  • Tsagaan Agui (White Cave), Paleolithic cave drawings
  • Kharakhorum, capital of the Mongolian Empire

Morocco

The Netherlands

New Zealand

Norway

Pakistan

Palau

Panama

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Qatar

Romania

Russia

Serbia

See also: Archaeological sites in Serbia

Saudi Arabia

Slovakia

  • Category:Archaeological sites in Slovakia

Somalia

  • Surud mountain
  • Gelweyto
  • Laasgeel
  • Maduna

Slovenia

  • Ptuj (Roman city Poetovio)
  • Potočka Zijalka (cave - Neolithic)
  • Ljubljansko Barje (Bronz age findings)
  • Ljubljana (Roman city Emona)
  • Vrhnika (World's oldest wheel)

South Africa

Spain

Sri Lanka

Sultanate of Oman

  • Abayah Late Iron Age graves
  • al-Akhdhar settlement and burial area
  • al-Amqat Early and Late Iron Age burial ground
  • al-Batin 1 Late Iron Age burials
  • al-Bustan burial ground
  • al-Feg, Siya, W. Sarin Early and Late Iron Age cemetery
  • al-Jawabi trilith site
  • al-Moyassar multi-period graves, settlement, copper production
  • al-Nejd, Sultanate of Oman Late Iron Age fortified settlement
  • al-Raki settlement and copper production
  • al-Rustaq, al- multi-period settlement and burial area
  • al-Saruj Late Iron Age grave
  • al-Shariq 2 trilith site
  • al-Wasit Late Bronze Age settlement and burial area
  • Amla/al-Fuwaydah Pre-Islamic recent period burial ground
  • Bandar Jissa 1 Late Iron Age cemetery
  • Bawshar settlement and burial area
  • Bimmah Early Iron Age settlement and cemetery
  • Hamra Kahf Late Iron Age graves
  • Ibra I052 Late Iron Age fortified aettlement
  • Ibri/Selme tombs, metal hoard
  • Izki settlement and burial area
  • Jebel al-Hammah, trilith site
  • Jebel al-Salayli, multi-period grave and mining site
  • Jebel Sunsunah Late Iron Age fortified settlement
  • Khadhra Bani Daffa Mustagh Late Iron Age grave
  • Khor Rori 1st century CE Hadhramaut site
  • Lizq fortified mountain settlement
  • Mahaliya multi-period cemeteries
  • Muscat Christian burials
  • Muti, Tawi al-Alayah Late Iron Age graves
  • Mudhmar Early Iron Age sanctuary
  • Negda Madirah Late Iron Age fortified settlement
  • Qaryat al-Saiḥ Late Iron Age and Muslim period fortified settlement, graves
  • Ras al-Hadd multi-period settlement and burial area
  • Ras al-Jins multi-period settlement and burial area
  • Sabt Saite Early and Late Iron Age graves and fort
  • Samad al-Shan multi-period settlement, burial area
  • Samail, al-Baruni 1 Pre-Islamic recent period burial
  • Sinaw SNW1 T58 Late Iron Age graves
  • Suhar Early and Late Iron Age settlement and cemeteries
  • Shenah Late Iron Age cemetery, possible trilith
  • Shir Bronze Age burial ground
  • Tiwi tw0002 Late Iron Age fortified settlement
  • ʿUmq al-Rabaḫ Late Iron Age settlement and burial area
  • ʿUqdat al-Bakrah Early Iron Age metal-working site
  • Wadi Sahtan rock art and inscriptions
  • Yanqul multi period burials
  • Yiti multi period burials

Sweden

Switzerland

Syria

Taiwan

Thailand

Tunisia

Turkey

Turkmenistan

Ukraine

United Kingdom

England

Archaeological sites in England

Scotland

Archaeological sites in Scotland

United States

See also: Archaeological sites in the United States by State

Uzbekistan

Yemen

  • Ma'rib Capital of the Sabaean empire
  • Zafar Capital of the Himyarite empire

Zimbabwe

References

The Times 2001, Archaeology of the World, Edited by Chris Scarre, HarperCollins Publishers, London. ISBN 0-7230-1032-3

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