Tourist Attraction

Dar Mehr Fire Temple

in Yazd city | Yazd province
Tourist Attraction

Dar Mehr Fire Temple

Related to Yazd city (located in Yazd province)
The Zoroastrian fire temples come under three categories in terms of importance: Dadgah fire that is lit at residence and has no consecration ceremony. It is lit by the Zoroastrian priests, but ordinary people could light it too.
The city of Yazd is located to the north of Ardestan, to the south of Taft in the east of Bafq and to the west of Esfahan province.
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