The most important Zoroastrian fire temple, Fire Temple (located on a hill in a small garden on the east side of Ayatollah Kashani St). It is surrounded by evergreen trees and a large round pool in the courtyard which gives a clear reflection of the temple for artistic photography. The sacred flame behind a glass visible from the small museum inside has, according to the Zoroastrian elder in attendance here, been burning since about 470 AD and was transferred from its original site in 1940. This attracts Zoroastrians from around the world, and there will probably be someone who speaks English to explain things to you. There are also a couple of paintings here, including one of Zoroastrian, Architecturally, there are certain similarities between this fire temple and those of Iranian Zoroastrians. There are plenty of other Zoroastrian sites such as Qoleh Asadan (the Fortress of Lions) in the far northeast of Yazd, and the most important