عنوان مقاله [English]
Āmul, in the province of Māzandarān (former Tabaristān), is an old
town from pre-Islamic period. She has a long record of being the main
political and cultural center on the southern shores of the Caspian.
Despite such an antiquitiy, the existing monuments in the town are
relatively unconsiderable. The present article intends to discuss causes
of destruction of Āmul’s historical buildings and monuments, more
particularly those which were destroyed in the early 20th century.