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Sassanid Palace of Sarvestan

The Sassanid Palace at Sarvestan is a Sassanid-era building in the Iranian province of Sarvestan, some 90 Km Southeast from the city of Shiraz. The Palace was built in the 5th century AD, and was either a gubernatorial residence or a Zoroastrian fire temple.

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Magi and 'Fire Temples'

Zoroastrian Magi have always had a connection with fire.

But through the first 500 years of modern history, Magi were in a phase that rejected the idea of a place of worship and were radically against a temple of any sort.   92 more words

The Fire Temple of Isfahan

The Fire Temple is a Sassanid-era archaelogical complex located on a hill 8 Km West of the city center in Isfahan. The hill, which rises about 210 Meters above the surroundings plain, was previously called Maras or Marabin after a village near, and it is by that name that the site is referred to by Arab historians.

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Death toll in India temple fire climbs to over 100

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, India (AP) — A massive fire broke out during a fireworks display in a Hindu temple in south India early Sunday, killing more than 100 people and injuring at least 200 others, officials said. 591 more words

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