This castle is close to the lands of Daulat Abad (Malayer). Before inauguration of Malayer city, it was known as 'Choobin' or 'Choobineh'. This name was most probably in honor of the Iranian commander 'Bahram-e-Choobin'. Due to the expansion of the city, this structure has been gradually demolished.
Malayer is one of the southern townships of Hamadan province, with a temperate and mountainous climate. Mostowfi narrates that Nahavand comprised of 100 villages divided into three portions named as, Malayer, Esfidhan and Jeyqooq. The city of Malayer ...
The aggregate of the Takht-e-Soleiman monument (Takht-e-Soleyman or Azar Goshnasp Fire Temple) is placed on a natural high land, about 20 m. above the surrounding plain. ...MORE
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