Tourist Attraction

Kooshk Qeinqar Fire Temple

in Mehran city | Ilam province
Tourist Attraction

Kooshk Qeinqar Fire Temple

Related to Mehran city (located in Ilam province)
In the heights of the Pishmin Malekshahi Mountain in Mehran there are the remains of two towers and a fire-temple of the Sassanide period. The area of the fire-temple is 27 square meters and 5 meters high. Having four entrances, it is located in a vast olive garden with a spring and an eye-catching landscape.
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Located in the south of Ilam province, Mehran is at a distance of 791 kilometers from Tehran. Mehran has an arid and semi-arid climate. It is situated on the banks of Konjan Cham River close to the Iraq border. In the past Mehran was known as Mansour Abad but in 1930 it ...
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