A monument known as the Temple of Anahita built on a rock platform overlooking the plain of Kangavar. This is a huge building measuring 220m×212m. The monument has a two-sided stairway on its southern front and a one-sided stairway at its northeastern corner. Historical sources and archaeological evidence attribute this monument to the Achaemenid period until the Islamic period.
Satements of authenticity and/or integrity
The existing remains, historic sources, archaeological discoveries and the researches carried out.
Comparison with other similar properties
Takht-e Madar-e Soleyman at Pasargadae, the famous monument of Anahita in Bishabur, Takht-e Neshin in Firuzabad and Takht-e Soleyman.