Sharing Sacred Spaces – Zoroastrian Architecture – Cyrus Rivetna

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In this session, Cyrus Rivetna explores  Zoroastrian Architecture – its history, values and principles, and how meaning is embedded within its temple design.

The event is part of a monthly series that brings in experts from the fields of architecture, spirituality, and religion to reflect on how sacred architecture provides openings and pathways for peacebuilding and inclusive community.

To learn more or register, click here.

Vanessa J Avery, PhD

Executive Director, Sharing Sacred Spaces, Inc.
Fellow, Hartford International University for Religion and Peace
Lecturer in Interfaith Engagement, Yale Divinity School
Lecturer in Comparative Religion and Humanities, CSU Chico
Direct 203.500.0166



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