This tomb is in Roshan Abad of Gorgan in the middle of the cemetery garden. Its original structure belongs to the 9th century AH.
There are two valuable doors which belong to the date of 865 AH. The chest on the tomb has a writing which indicates the date of 879 AH. and the name of its maker, in Raqa’ font.
Gorgan (formerly Astrabad or Astarabad) is the capital of Golestan Province, Iran. It lies approximately 400 kilometres (250 mi) to the north east of Tehran, some 30 km (19 mi) away from the Caspian Sea.Gorgan (as well as the whole Golestan province) has a world-famous carpet and rug industry, the Turkmen rug, made by Turkmen people. The patterns of these carpets are derived from the ancient Persian city of Bukhara, which is now in ...read more about Gorgan
Archaeological Museum – Gorgan
The background of opening the first museum in Gorgan goes back to 1964 in where some of the historical relics were exhibited in the Royal castle of Gorgan. Although, the origin of Archeology Museum of Gorgan goes back to 1976 which was stablished ...
Maran Castle – Gorgan
The Maran Castle is a relic from the Parthian era. It is said that Maran is the same second capital of the Parthians which was constructed by Tirdad. It is the vicinity where Yazidebne Mahlab slayed thousands of people.Mohammad Hassan ...
Ziyarat Village – Gorgan
The Ziyarat Village is situated at the distance of 12 km. to the south of Gorgan and has damp climate. The Ziyarat River crosses this village in east.The Poshteh Kamar and Sefidab Mountains are situated in the northwest and Khaloudareh is to the ...
Gol e Ramian Spring – Gorgan
Gol-e Ramian spring is located in the south of Ramian town, one of the environs of Gulistan province. Gol-e Ramian spring is in the form of a natural pool with a 90 meter length, an 80 meter width and a depth variable between 44 to 80 meters, and it ...
Gomishan Wetland – Gorgan
The Gomishan Wet Land due to its sparse varieties of hydro-plants is an important and valuable genetic resource for protecting birds, water species and aqueous plants. This wet lands is situated 60 km. to the north west of Gorgan. After passing ...
Alestan River – Gorgan
The "Alestan" River also known as "Roodbar Alestan" originates from the northern region of "Qoroq Land" Mountain at 47 km. from southeast of Gorgan. Flowing through the western valley of "Nileh Tah" and "Gandi" Mountains it goes towards north. After ...
Baran Kooh Spring – Gorgan
The Barankooh Spring is another beautiful spring of the Golestan province and is situated 18 km. south west of Gorgan and is the route of the Shastkala River and Barankooh park.
Khandan Fort – Gorgan
The ruins of this fort has been remained in the south west of Gorgan, right on the top of an elevated hill, which is at present surrounded by forest trees.