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Mil Milooneh Fire Temple

in Mahalat city | Markazi province
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Mil Milooneh Fire Temple

Related to Mahalat city (located in Markazi province)
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.
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