This hillock is situated 3 km. to the south of Eivanaki of Garmsar. This hillock being enroute to caravans pass, was utilized as a watch-tower.
This hillock overlooks the ‘Rowbat Mari’ or ancient caravansary, and are connected to each other by means of an underground passage 500 m. in length.
Garmsar is a city in and the capital of Garmsar County, Semnan Province, Iran.Garmsar is located about 95 kilometres (59 mi) southeast of Tehran. It lies on the edge of Dasht-e Kavir, Iran's largest desert. Many people in the city commute to Tehran due to its proximity.Ghasre Bahram, The Stone Way, Stonvand Castle, the Sar Darre Mountains, and Kavir Desert National Park are tourist attractions located in the area.read more about Garmsar
Garmsar Water Reservoir – Garmsar
The same is located to the north of the Jame' Mosque of Garmsar. The remnants of the main reservoir in the form of spiral staired domed structure is located inside the alley. Currently it resembles an open field. In the past this reservoir with a ...
Kavir National Park – Garmsar
Siahkouh (Black mountain) region and Kavir national park is one of the eldest preserved areas in Iran. This region is located in the south of Garmsar and between the central desert of Iran and salt lake. Although this park is named “Kavir” , but ...
Hableh Rood River – Garmsar
This river forms the main source of water for irrigation purposes in the township of Garmsar. The river takes its source in the Alborz mountains. In the upper sections enhanced with pleasant weather and scenery offers scope for leisure.
Aradan Mourning Place – Garmsar
This site is close to the mausoleum of Imamzadeh Soltan Shah in Garmsar. This place comprises of a large courtyard, in the center of which is the section to do with the religious mourning rituals.Besides which there are chambers and other rooms. ...
Imamzadeh Ali Akbar Mausoleum – Garmsar
The same is located in the village of Imamzadeh Ali Akbar, Garmsar, and dates back to about 850 years ago. The original dome dates to the Eilkhani period, but the surrounding porches and the entrance vestibule dates back to the Qajar era.The ...
Kakh-e Einol Rashid – Garmsar
The said palace is situated 2 km. north of the Shah Abbas palace. Externally the structure is 86 m. in length and with a maximum of 47 m. in breadth.This structure has two large courtyards, and the entrance is in the shape of a porch south of ...
Haramsara Palace – Garmsar
This palace is located at a distance of 1 km. south east of the Shah Abbas palace and was most probably a temporary royal residence used during traveling time, and also was used as 'Haramsara' or special apartments for the court women.Whereas in ...
Dehnamak (Abasi) Caravansary – Garmsar
This structure is located 40 km. east of Garmsar. The same has four porches. The entrance has two lateral side-rooms in two storeys and shaped like a trapezium which lies to the southern side of the structure.