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Semnan Fire Temple

in Semnan city | Semnan province
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Semnan Fire Temple

Related to Semnan city (located in Semnan province)
This fire temple is located in the Isfanjan locality of Semnan. This relic is from the pre-Islamic period and today only the ruins of the same are left to be seen.
Semnan is located 216 kilometers east of Tehran in north central Iran. It is home to Semnani languages and is known as Seman locally.
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