Tarikhaneh Temple has a foursquare courtyard which has no pond. There are some porticos in around of the Sahn which includes vaults and circular columns. Portico is a roofed corridor with columns which has no wall. There were three entrance gates on the northwestern side and the five entrance gates were located on the northeastern side. The entrance gates of the mosque had opened to these porticos which have ruined during the time.
Tarikhaneh Temple (Masjid Tarikhaneh also known as Mosque of 100 Gates) was in the pre-Islamic place of worship of the Zoroastrian and used it as a fire or temple of fire, and is about 2,300 years old. ...
The township of Damqan (Damghaan) is in the center of SEMNAN province, and lies in a north-south direction. To the north is Mazandaran province, to the south are the desert region and Esfahan province. ...
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