One of the most spectacular places in Kish. The city dates back to the 5th to 10th century AD. It is located in the northern part of the island, and the whole city is considered to be a national monument. This ancient city is one of the most prominent landmarks of Kish Island. it covers a three-square-mile wide area. In the northern part of the city, the harbor management offices are still visible. This ancient city is now in ruins. A remnant of the past.
The ruins of the ancient town of Harireh, situated in the center of Kish Island, are said to be 800 years old. The ruins include the remains of a mansion with Ilkhanid era (1256-1353) tiles, a public bath and industrial workshops. Archeologists believe that the multi-floored monuments of the town were destroyed in an earthquake. Referred to in the book of poems of Persian poet Sa’adi, the ruins of Harireh bear witness to the flourishing economy of Kish in ancient times when the island facilitated trade between China, North Africa and Europe.