Built in the 6th century BC
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- Archaeological Site of Delphi: Earliest monuments on site date from the 6th century: Treasury of the Athenians, Polygonal Wall
- Bisotun: Bisotun Inscription, made in 521 BC
- Cilento and Vallo di Diano: 2 key episodes (1): Paestum, Temple of Hera "built around 550 BC by Greek colonists" (wiki)
- Ibiza: The Phoenician Punic cemetery Puig de Molins ("At the beginning of the 6th century BC, the ashes of the dead were placed in a natural grotto after cremation) and site Sa Caleta (abandoned around 590 BC) (AB ev)
- Nessebar: Became a Greek colony in the 6th century, a wall from that time can still be seen. Monuments date from several periods though, "multilayered" heritage (unesco website)
- Pasargadae: 546
- Persepolis: Founded in 518 BC
- Persian Garden: Pasargadae complex with its garden (6th century BC) is exemplary in this respect and it was during this period that the main elements of the Persian Garden, namely Chahar Bagh, were laid down. (AB ev)
- Pythagoreion and Heraion of Samos: Samos was the leading maritime and mercantile power in the 6th century, Heraion dates from that period
- Rome: Antiquity: 508 BC, start of the Roman Republic, centered around the Forum Romanum
- Site of Carthage: Heyday of Phoenico-Punic civilization: in the 6th century Carthage had conquered the territory of the Libyan tribes and the old Phoenician colonies and had control over the North African coast, in 509 BC, a treaty was signed between Carthage and Rome indicating a division of influence and commercial activities.
- Tipasa: Criterion (iv): "the contacts between the indigenous civilizations and the Punic and Roman waves of colonization between the 6th century B.C. and the 6th century A.D"
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