The Tarikhaneh Temple also called the Tarikhaneh Mosque is a Sassanid-era monument located on the southern limit of the present day city of Damghan, Semnan Province. This structure was initially used as a Zoroastrian Fire Temple during the Sassanid period. After the fall of the Sassanid Empire it was rebuilt and converted into a mosque in the 8th century.
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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