Another historical palace belongs to Turks destroyed in Iran

According to Mikrofonnews Agency (MHA), most parts of a historical palace belongs to the Turks of Iran, have been destroyed after the castle caught fire.

The cause of the fire in the Sarhangabad Palace is under investigation, while some local officials say the building may be set to ablaze deliberately. The palace was burnt down to erase the glorious Turkish work from the history page and the Iranian society, some people say.

local officials said they have tried to control the blaze but was failed due to the complicated construction of the building.

The palace consists of a grill, a bath, a house of worship, an observation tower and a fridge that was built in 1299 AH to host the Qajar princes during the time of Nasir al-Din Shah.