The historical Khorheh Village is one of the archaic regions of the Markazi (Central) province, which is located at 31 km to the north west of Delijan, alongside main road running between Tehran and Isfahan. It is an archaeological relic, most probably a temple, related to the Seleucidian era (4th or 3rd centuries BC. Seleucidian was established by Seleucus, Alexander's officer, in surrounded Persia). Two columns of stone to the elevation of 6 m remain from this vestige. This historical monument is an extremely valuable one. According to the studies and views of 'Hertsfold' this was the temple of the 'God of War'.
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