Tourist Attraction

Tamar Fire Temple

in Orumieh city | West Azerbaijan province
Tourist Attraction

Tamar Fire Temple

Related to Orumieh city (located in West Azerbaijan province)
This fire-temple is 2 km. from the Tamar Village in the vicinity of 'Mahal Anzal' in the suburb of the city of Orumieh. This fire-temple dates back to the Achaemenian era, and most probably was constructed during the years 530-550 BC.
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