Tourist Attraction

Aqmiyoon Fire Temple

in Sarab city | East Azerbaijan province
Tourist Attraction

Aqmiyoon Fire Temple

Related to Sarab city (located in East Azerbaijan province)
This structure is in the village of Aqmiyoon 8 km. north of Sarab. At present only the stone foundation of which have been remained. Originally, the structure was a fire-temple of the Sassanian era, and during the Islamic period has become similar to a shrine. There is a tomb on an elevation in the center, well known as 'Imamzadeh Hassan' relative to the year (708 AH.).
Sarab is located east of the province of East Azarbayjan (Azarbaijan-e Sharghi) and towards the province of Ardabil. Its capital, Sarab city is 636 km. from Tehran, 130 km. from Tabriz to the east of Bostan Abad. This township resting amongst the high mountains of Bozqoosh ...
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