Shahr-e Yeri, is a unique archaeological site in northwest Iran near the city of Meshgin Shahr and Pirazmeyan Village. The area which spans 400 hectares, consists of a military fortress, a temple and Qousha or Ghousha Tepe. According to archeologists, Qousha Tepe is 7000 years old and contains 450 graves. Approximately 100 of these graves have tombstones that are 40 centimeters to 2 meters tall and bear patterns that resemble human faces without mouths. How the night sky have looked in for earliest inhabitants of this area? Did they see Milky Way arc, which seems like the bridge to the history, constellation and star just like this photo? Although it seems they see the details of Milky Way much better than us because of light pollution and dust which influenced at the right.