Yazd Fire Temple

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The main building of the fire temple is located at a height of about one forty centimeters from the ground and in the middle of a large courtyard covered with evergreen cypress and pine trees. Forouhar painting and its stone capitals have given it a special beauty and in front of this building there is a water basin. The fact that fire temples are next to water has been one of the characteristics of fire temples.

The stone capitals in front of the main building hall and the flowery stones at the foot of the walls are the work of Isfahani artists. These artists carved the stones in Isfahan and then took them to Yazd. The painting of Forouhar tiles on the top of the entrance is the work of Yazdi tile artists and the whole architecture of this building has been influenced by the architecture of Parsian fire temples.

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