Tourist Attraction

Sassanide Road

in Firooz Abad city | Fars province
Tourist Attraction

Sassanide Road

Related to Firooz Abad city (located in Fars province)
The road between Firooz Abad and Darabgerd was discovered in 1960 by Proffessor Wandenbuerg. Here, some buildings are seen which belong to the Sassanian era, e.g., Kerateh and Zaq Fire Temples.
Firooz Abad
Firuzabad (Firooz Abad) in Fars Province Located at 1035 km. from Tehran and in a mountainous region with a moderate climate in north and hot weather in the south. It is one of the main gathering points for the Qashqaie tribes as a summer quarter. The present Firooz Abad ...
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Category: Fire Temples
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 ...
Category: Fire Temples
It was made of well-carved stones on a large foundation, upon which the fire temple was situated. On the top of this structure a dome was placed overlooking the ...
This caravansary is located at 3 km. south of the Sassanide Fire Temple in Firooz Abad. it probabely dates back to the Sassanian era. It consists of a large court ...
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