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Gol-e-Sorkhdan Fire Temples

in Dehdasht city | Kohgiluyeh va Boyer-Ahmad province
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Gol-e-Sorkhdan Fire Temples

Related to Dehdasht city (located in Kohgiluyeh va Boyer-Ahmad province)
These three fire temples are at a distance of 50 m. from each other. Moqaddasi has called these effects "Katibeh Alamjous" or the fire-temple of 'Five Worshippers'. These fire-temples are located at the skirts of the limestone mountains of Tizang. The architectural effects and internal plaster works are related to the ancient Iranian period. The local people call these three domes (Gonbads) as Se Gonbadan, which means Three Domes.
Dehdasht City in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province is limited in the north by Baq-e-Malek, Eazeh (Khuzestan province) and Lordegan (Chahar Mahal Va Bakhtiyari province) and in the south by Gachsaran, in the west are the cities of Behbahan and Ramhormoz ...
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