General Information About  Lut Desert

The history of human life in the Lut region goes back seven thousand years. The area has been inhabited by humans continuously since the fifth millennium BC. The western margin of the Lut Plain (Shahdad Plain), despite being adjacent to the dry, hot, dry desert of Lut, has been chosen by humans for life and, according to archaeological data, has housed seven thousand years of human culture and civilization. At first glance, it may be assumed that the Lote Desert margin is due to its particular conditions due to proximity to the desert and due to defensive factors such as dehydration, poor vegetation and animals, severe winds with sand, warm air And the movement of sand and sand has been haunted in the past. But archaeological evidence has proven otherwise. There have been some repulsive factors mentioned above, but it seems that the gravity factors that existed for human habitation in this region have been far more important that it has been able to persuade the past man to survive for seven thousand years despite the harsh environment of Lut. Adapt to the environment around him. Undoubtedly the geographical location of the western margin of Lut, which served as a natural corridor for connecting southern to northern Iran, has been one of the main attractions for human beings in the past. The three most important archeological features of this region that give it global value are: first, the continuation of seven thousand years of uninterrupted life in the region, second, the formation of two of the world's first cities, and the third, crossing the World Trade Route. Ancient ((Silk Road)) is from this area.