Location: right side of Kashan road, Kashan, Isfahan.
Silk hill, was one of the oldest human settlements and temples of prehistoric humans in Iran. In fact ziggurat or the place of worship of the ancient tribes and is the first place where urbanization formed by Aryans. It is made of clay and earthenware. The monument has got two cemeteries. One of the cemeteries is a cemetery that dates back 3,500 years, and the other one is B cemetery which dates back 3,000 years. This monument was not detected until 1931 and it was known as a cursed city among the people of Kashan.
Human skeleton and old dishes which had had been lied in ruins around the monument are found and they are preserved in the Louvre Museum, Iran National Museum, Fin Garden Museum and a museum near this ancient monument.
The Bones remains of cattle and sheep in ruins reflect taming and raising these animals by the people of this area.
Explorers have found some clayey and rocky spindles that manifest their familiarity with this industry.
Silk people colored the body of dead people with a special mud called “Okhra” and sometimes buried valuable objects with the dead.