Isfahan Fire Temple (or Adorian) is a house in Isfahan in Sichan neighborhood of Isfahan city which is the place of worship of Isfahan Zoroastrians and the place of their holy fire. This relatively new building is located on Nazar Street in Isfahan and the Zoroastrian cleric of this place is ready to provide explanations to visitors. Zoroastrians of Isfahan are a part of Zoroastrians in Iran.
The entrance of the fire temple building has stone columns with the image of a lion. The holy fire of Zoroastrians is lit inside a cup inside the hall of this place. According to Zoroastrians, fire is a symbol of light and purity. Zoroastrians, like the people of pre-Islamic Iran, consider the four elements of soil, water, wind, and fire to be elements in nature that are forbidden to be disrespected.
A large painting on the wall in the hall of this house shows the prophet Zarathustra next to Garshasb Shah. Garshasb is the same kingdom that believed in Mithraism (Zoroastrianism).
To visit this place and listen to the words of the Zoroastrian priest, you must first coordinate by phone.