Photographer's Note

As I said before , one of the important relics of Khaje Mountain is the remnants of a fire-temple , a palatial structure, with spectacular architectural finish and overlooking a vast court-yard. It has a large gateway and a square hall with corridors around. This structure dates to the first century AD. The surrounding ruins are related to the Parthian and Sassanide periods.
They say unique murals had decorated the walls of the fortress, few of which have survived.

We couldn't find any of them in the place you see; perhaps they take them to the museums or cover them to keep them safe . Here you can see 2 murals which I have found their photos in other sites . 1 and 2

I took the shot in the court-yard of the fire temple.

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