The Fahraj village is at a distance of 58 km east of Bam. The ruins of two castles, surrounded by a moat can be noted here. Three kilometers east to the village is a relatively huge cemetry, where skeleton bones and other articles have been discovered. Two other domed structures built of sun baked bricks, but with ruined roofs are present in this vicinity. The handicrafts common here are carpet and Kilim weaving, and a kind of textile weaving.
The township of Bam is located to the east of the province, and lies at a distance of 1,283 km. from Tehran. To its north is the township of Kerman, to its west Bardseer, in the east is Jiroft and to the south lies the province of Sistan Va Baluchestan. ...
This village is one of the archaic villages with a famous Jame' mosque which is said to be a fire-temple in the pre-Islamic period. In addition to which, there are four pilgrimage ...MORE
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