Taghbestan, which is one of the most famous tourist places in Kermanshah, is a collection of Sassanid period inscriptions and inscriptions located in the northwest of Kermanshah. The complex has many artistic and historical values, including two large and small arches and several inscriptions.
What has been carved on the stones of the two arches are the historical scenes of the coronation of Khosrow Parviz, the coronation of Ardeshir II, the coronation of Shahpour II and III.
The presence of mountains and springs in this place has made it a popular promenade that has been considered since ancient times.
This work was registered in the list of national works of Iran on January 6, 1941. The archipelago was supposed to be on the UNESCO World Heritage List one day, but barbecue shops and nearby houses have prevented the move, creating many problems for the monument.