The mausoleum was inspired by Gonbad-e Qabus and made in Qajar time in Hamedan hosting the graves of Avicenna and his patron Abu Saeed Dakhdouk.
This place is the mausoleum of the great 11th century Persian poet, Baba Taher who is known for his couplets. The main building of the mausoleum is located in a 10 square m platform. It …
The mausoleum of a great poet known for his advances in Mysticism that was built by the order of Karim Khan of Zand dynasty with a tomb stone of marble adorned with poems.
It is made of marble, designed by Hossein Lorzadeh, inspired by Pasargadae, and covered by lines from the poet’s main work (Shahnameh) in 1964.
he mausoleum of one of the descendant of third Shiite Imam located in Tehran, made in the Seljuk time, and developed in later eras especially Safavid and Qajar.
The Tomb of Susa is one of the six places said to belong to Daniel’s tomb, made by the order of a Shiite Cleric with a pineapple dome that is not common in Iran.
The mausoleum of the great leader of Islamic Revolution is near tehran’s main cemetery and includes some other constructs such as hotel, mall, theme park, museum, health city and sun city.
The shrine of the eighth Shiite Imam located in Mashhad was primarily built in the shrine of Harun ol Rashid, the third Abbasid Caliph but it then turned into a pilgrimage center of Iran.
The holy shrine of Fatima Masoumeh is one of the most important religious places in Iran, located in Qom.
The Dome of Soltaniyeh in Zanjan Province is one of the biggest brick tombs in the world, it is also the tomb of Oljaytu, the eighth Ilkhanid dynasty rule
The 10th century cylindrical tower of Qabus is in the city of Jorjan, Golestan Province, by the order of Kavus, to be used as a mausoleum.
Because of the high position of the Shah Cheragh Mausoleum, it attracts a large number of Muslims who a make pilgrimage to one of the descendants of the prophet of Islam.