The said is situated to the south of Behbahan. The portal leading to the area of the tomb, has three inscriptions on each side. In the older section are inscriptions dating 1053 AH coinciding with the reign of Shah Abbas Safavid II.
Behbahan is a city in and the capital of Behbahan County, Khuzestan Province, Iran.To the north of the city lie the ruins of the ancient city Arjan, built during the Sassanian period, where important remnants from the Elamite era can be found.The people of Behbahan (Behbahanis) speak a Persian dialect distinct to their group, as well as Sassanid language Middle Persian, and may still use words of Khuzi origin, the language of the ...read more about Behbahan
Zohreh River – Behbahan
The Zohreh River is flown in the townships of Mamasani (Fars province), Behbahan, Gachsaran and Mah Shahr. Its length is 490 km. and its height from the source is 2,850 m. This river originates from northwest of Ardakan, and passing a long course, ...
Arjan Castle – Behbahan
The Arjan Castle in Behbahan township has been constructed at the top of Sanglakh Mountain stuck to a colossal slab of stone.Rain water was used to be collected in water reservoirs of this castle through this slab of stone. The structural ...
Kasra Bridge – Behbahan
This bridge is a relic of Sassanide period, and was constructed on the Taab River en route from Behbahan to Imamzadeh Ja'far. Now a days in summer, with depression of water surface level of the river, the remnants of this bridge can be observed.
Tang-e-Sorook (Soolok) Engraving – Behbahan
The said engravings are 50 km. north west of Behbahan and are related to the Parthian period.
Jarahi River – Behbahan
The Jarahi River flows through the townships of Kohkiluyeh Va Boyer Ahmad, Behbahan, Ramhormoz and Mah Shahr. It originates from the mountains of Rah Barik, Sefid and Golgilak, 53 km. northwest of Yasooj. After following a long course, and joining ...
Arjan Ancient City – Behbahan
The ancient city of Arjan is situated at a distance of 10 km. north of Behbahan. Today, only hillocks from this city have remained which belong to the Sassanide period. Previousely, this city used to have six gates which were named as, Ahvaz, Ray ...
Tak Ab Gorge – Behbahan
The Tak Ab Gorge is located 20 km. northeast of Behbahan, and is also known as 'Darband-e-Pars'. In the natural terrain of this gorge, parts of the gravel walk or flagstones (for the royalty) from the Achaemenian era have been remained. On the top ...