Khorheh is a village 12 miles north of Mahallat and 31 miles northwest of Delijan in Markazi Province alongside the main road running between Tehran and Isfahan. Its historical buildings are believed to be of the Parthian period, the most popular of its archaeological relics originally thought to be a temple.
This site has an inscription on a rock that dates back to Seljuq Empire. Two columns of stone to the elevation of 6 meters remain from a vestige believed to be a temple. According to the studies and views of Hertsfold this was the temple of the ‘God of War’.