Environmental Restoration of Archeological Landscape in Tappeh Mil of Varamin
The ancient area of Rey on the central plateau of Iran is a valuable site for archeological sequences in a natural plain. It has valuable natural resources, and history and archeology specialists along with the native and non-native tourists, has given attention to this site. The archeological -natural environment of the fire temple of Rey or the archeological Tappeh Mil of Varamin, located 12 kilometers southeast of Rey, on a high hill beside the historical Ghal’e No Village, is one of the natural- archeological sites of the region. In this research, through specialized processing of ETM and Quickbird satellite data, in large and small scale and in different study layers, the ecologic structure, landscape features of the determined study region, was studied and the most prominent features of the given natural- archeological structure and the relations and interactions among them were specified in the framework of cultural landscape. Also, keeping in consideration the dynamic ecological structure and the aesthetical features of this area with its environment in integrated conservation approach, the buffer zone of the cultural landscape and the preservative precincts of the natural- archeological environment of Tappeh Mil have been determined. Based on the above-mentioned studies and the features of the landscape, environmental planning and design strategies of the Tappeh Mil have been determined.
Desert Management, Volume:2 Issue:3, 2014
21 - 36
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