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Sassanide Fire Temple

in Marand city | East Azerbaijan province
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Sassanide Fire Temple

Related to Marand city (located in East Azerbaijan province)
The remnants of this Sassanian fire-temple is full of ashes which the inhabitants use as a fertilizer. It is located in Gray hill northeast of the city.
Marand is among major cities in East Azerbaijan province. It is located in the north-west of capital of the province Tabriz. Marand has been known by various names in history, such as Maryana, Mandagarana, and Maranda.
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