Anahita Temple

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 The so-called Anahita Temple is a square building, with 14 meters length on each side and built of rubble masonry covered with hewn stone and roofed with beams carried on capitals with bull promotes (now gone). A stone vaulted corridor was constructed around the interior space and was connected to the interior by four entrances on each side. The building goes about 6 meters into the ground and is linked to the fire temple wall via a staircase from the south.It was considered a sanctuary of Anahita due to its surrounding underground corridors for water supply which more likely served for ceremonial cleaning. The discovery of a water channel leading to this building from the river supports the idea of a relation between the building and water.

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