Azerbaijan is one of the few places on earth, where even today one can observe elements of preserved fire cult and the ancient Zoroastrianism religion. Therefore, in this area such a monument as the temple Ateshgah has survived.
Fire Temple Ateshgah is located in 30 kilometers from the center of Baku, in the south-eastern outskirts of the Absheron Peninsula.
Next to this small village in the Absheron peninsula Mount Yanardagh is situated. The word "Yanar" in Azeri language means "burning", and "Dagh" - "mountain". And this is real a burning mountain
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