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Water comes to town and is conserved in water reservoirs or Ab Anbars, which are found both outside and inside the town. Usually each neighborhood has one or more water reservoirs. These reservoirs are housed in Dome shaped buildings which have one or more ventilation towers, making them a recognizable feature in the fabric of the town. For ease of public use, the entrances of the Ab Anbars are usually located on the main passages and intersections of the town.
In Iran, the Shi-eh people have the belief that if you provide free water for everyone you will have a special place in Heaven. Hossienieh is the name given to a place for religious ceremonies and usually there is a drinking water fountain or Sagha Khaneh, which means the home of the one who brings water. There is often a small niche inside the Sagha Khaneh where one can light a candle and say a prayer.