This structure was constructed in 13th century AH. and is the resting abode of Seyed Abdol Qasem Imami (The Friday Prayer Leader of Tehran) during the Qajar era.
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Imamzadeh Yahya Mausoleum – Tehran
This mausoleum is placed in the Oodlajan sector in Imamzadeh Yahya Alley. In the year 1320 AH, this structure was renovated and repaired according to the original old plan with the same dimensions. In this mausoleum an antique chest is placed over ...
Tatavoos Church – Tehran
This church is one of the most ancient churches of Tehran, constructed at the end of the 12th century AH. or the year 1178 AH. In this church a few Armenian personalities as well as foreigners have been laid to rest.
Deir Caravansary – Tehran
This caravansary or traditional local ‘inn’ is situated on the Tehran - Qom Road. Immediately after Hassan Abad (towards Varamin) and 12 km from Band-e-Ali Khan, Deir caravansary can be noted, which is placed in the old Sassanid Raod which was ...
Sorkheh Hesar Palace – Tehran
Sorkheh (Ruby) Hesar castle is one of the castles of the east of Tehran during the Naser al-Din Shah of Qajar which was built in the 39th anniversary of his reign. Sorkheh castle was consisted of external castle and royal Harems.Ruby castle ...
National Museum of Iran – Tehran
The National Museum of Iran lies in Tehran, and it is considered as one of its attractions. It consists of two separate buildings called "Ancient Iran Museum" (founded in 1937 AD) and "Museum of the Islamic Period" (founded in 1996 ...
Sangan Waterfall – Tehran
Sangan Village is a mountainous and very beautiful village on Kan Road, in the north west of Tehran and a bit upper than Sulqan and has a beautiful waterfall and shrine. Sangan is one of the valleys of the region filled with water.Few waterfalls ...
Ebne Baboye Graveyard – Tehran
This old graveyard covers an area of 9.5 hectares. Its the resting abode of known personalities such as Mirzadeh Eshqi (a great revolutionary poet), Dehkhoda (a literary scholar and writer of the dictionary by the same name).
Pamenar Minaret – Tehran
This is a minaret of the 13th century AH adjoining a mosque which had undergone a damage on construction of streets around it. This minaret is made of brick which is ornamented by turquoise colored tile-works.