In the midst of agricultural land to the west of Nimvar City near Mahallat in Markazi Province, is a column compiled of minute stones, cemented together by mortar. This column is to a height of 7-8 m. and reveals the indications of a quadrangular structure which was used to be a fire temple. This is currently called Mil Milooneh (or chartaaghi / Chahar Taaghi), but there is a strong possibility that the same is the remains of the Vereh Fire Temple. The Jamshidi Castle is located near this fire temple.
The township of Mahalat (Mahallat) is located to the southeast of MARKAZI province, and is among the plains in the mountains. It is surrounded by heights and has a mountainous climate. Mahalat is 362 km. from Tehran, and is on the skirts of the heights. ...
These fire-temples (Atashkadeh Gonabad or Gonaabaad Fire Temple) located in Geysoor as well as other parts of the township of Gonabad and date back to the Achaemenian period. ...MORE
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