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Tourist Attraction

Sassanide Grand Fire Temple

in Firooz Abad city | Fars province
Tourist Attraction

Sassanide Grand Fire Temple

Related to Firooz Abad city (located in Fars province)
At the distance of 30 km. south of Firooz Abad, there are the ruins of a monument which probably used to be the greatest aggregate of fire-temples of the Sassanide era. The exterior wall is 85 m. long and 40 m. wide. Inside the fortification, where the fire-temples and residences of Zoroastrian priests, along with under ground pathways that can still be observed.
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