Zoroastrian Monuments
Zoroastrian Monuments
Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Zoroastrian Monuments

Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Zoroastrian Monuments

On Thursday, Zhiwaar Tour will take visitors to three Zoroastrian monuments in Tehran Province.
Adorian Fire Temple, one of the three places, is in downtown Tehran. The Qajar-era temple is located on Mirza Kouchak Khan Street, north of Jomhouri Avenue. Its fire was reportedly brought over from Yazd Fire Temple.
The other two attractions are farther south in Rey County: Bahram Fire Temple and Borj-Khamoushan (tower of the silent) which is on the northern slopes of Mount Bibi Shahr-Banu.


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