Zoroastrian Worship – Iran

Pir-e Sabz (Chak Chaku) is located on the slope of Chak Chak Mountain in an abandoned area (Plate 1). A secondary road from Ardakan to Khorânagh village is passing in 14 km distance. Pir-e Herisht was built on a small hill and it is about 5 km from a secondary road to Khor (means sun) in the heart of the Dasht-e Kavir (The Great Kavir). A small farm and spring, called Howz-e Gowr (Zarathushtrian pool), is the nearest place to the Herisht located at 14 km distance near the road towards the Khor.
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Courtesy : Hushang Vakil


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