The flame of this temple is said to have been blazing and protected for more than 1500 years, known as Atashkadeh Bahram (Bahram Fire Temple) at the city of Yazd. In ancient Iran, fire temples were a place for prayer and worship of God, and they were highly respected by people. Foruhar Symbol on the top of the building that located in the center of green area is derived from the art of Achaemenid architecture. Special beauty is given to this site by the circular great pool at the entrance. The fire is kept inside a brass heater above ground level, far from wind, rain and sunlight. The current structure of the fire temple was built nearly 85 years ago by the Cooperation of Yazd and Indian Zoroaster.
Photo by: Mohammadreza Domiri Ganji