English version below. Still ruht der 30 m tiefe See des persischen Feuertempels Takht-i Soleyman (Thron des Salomon) in Nordwest-Iran. Die schwefelhaltige kreisrunde Thermalquelle wurde vermutlich seit achämenidischer Zeit als heiliger Ort verehrt, in der Sassanidenzeit wurden großräumige Tempelanlagen errichtet. Die mongolischen Khans bauten sich hier einen Sommerpalast.
Dark and quiet appears the 30 m deep sulfidic thermal lake of the Takht-i Soleyman in Iranian-Azerbaijan. Since achaemenid times occupied, the sacred lake was encircled with monumental temple complex during the Sasanid era, then renamed as “throne of Salomon” in Early Islamic times and finally transformed into a Mongolian summer palace during the Ilkhanid reign.
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