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Zoroastrian temple

It's a good place to get a better understanding of this ancient religion that is still practiced by... read more

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Zoroastrian fire temple (Atashkadeh)

• This fire temple keeps a fire that is live more than 1500 years • There is so interesting... read more

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Yazd, Iran
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Reviewed today

The Fire was On, as expected. The elegance and quietness of the place was something you will always remember. Do visit, if you can.

Thank MaudH_12
Reviewed today

museum gives a good intro to the religion.cultural rites are well explained. The fire is very interesting to see. cool, quiet garden around for contemplation

Thank hookedonbirds
Reviewed 4 days ago

It's a good place to get a better understanding of this ancient religion that is still practiced by people. And the photo gallery in the basement is quite interesting. But otherwise, I'd not spend too much time here, particularly if your time in Yazd is...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The only interest of this place is to see a very old flame. However I think it is not worth paying for it.

Thank Raphaël B
Reviewed 1 week ago

The fire temple was great not only because the fire in this temple is the oldest, but also it provides tranquility and peace in the entire setting. The temple has a giant Faravahar in the facade of it. A giant Faravahar is carved in the...More

Thank MaryZamani
Reviewed 1 week ago

ساختمانی بعنوان موزه در کنار آتشکده توسط آقای پرویز ورجاوند بنامگانه پدر و مادر خود دایر شده که از طرفی برای آشنایی با زرتشت بسیار جالب است و برای من بسیار بسیار دلپذیر بود چون پدر ایشان دکتر ورجاوند پزشکی است که منو بدنیا آورده...More

Thank Mougeh
Reviewed 1 week ago

• This fire temple keeps a fire that is live more than 1500 years • There is so interesting information about Fravahar sign that you should know. • Opening Hours: and 8am - 12am / 4pm - 19:45 pm in summer 8am - 12am /3pm...More

Thank azi-iran
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

When you come to Iran,and specially Yazd; One of the best expreince that you can have. The oldest fire in Iran. Best garden and best view About half or 45 mins is enough for visiting the fire template.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a nice place for a short visit. Nice garden, after visiting the towers of silence it makes sense to come here. Half an hour is enough. The story of the fire is completed by a visit. Ice photo display in the adjoining pavilion.

Thank ClockmakersWife
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The place itself is not that old but the story of the fire inside goes back for 600 years or more I think . As it was guarded in a cave for many long years till it gets here .

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Shatifa K
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Response from ramtinshohrat | Reviewed this property |
its 8000 tomans for foreigner its maybe less than 3 dollers
2 May 2016|
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Response from Megan K | Reviewed this property |
196 Annangrove Road Sydney, Australia 2156 I would doubt this is an actual temple as Zoroastrianism did not origin in Australia but they have a facebook page that you can get more info from. Australian Zoroastrian... More