Bazehur Fire Temple

Bazehur Fire Temple


In the small village of Robat Sefid, around 70 kilometres southwest of Mashhad, lie the ruins of the ancient Bazehur Fire Temple. Probably built in the Sassanian era, this Zoroastrian religious site is well preserved but relatively unknown, so it may take a little perseverance to make it there. The modest, stone-brick remains contrast starkly to the splendour of the Islamic architecture throughout the rest of the region, a must-see for anyone interested in Iran’s ancient religions.




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