Aqmiyoon Fire Temple, SarabSarab
Aqmiyoon Fire Temple, Sarab
This structure is in the village of Aqmiyoon 8 km. north of Sarab; at present only the stone foundations of which have been remained. Originally, the structure was a fire-temple of the Sassanid era, and during the Islamic period has become similar to a shrine. There is a tomb on an elevation in the center, well known as ‘Imamzadeh Hassan’ relative to the year (708 A.H.).
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