The above mentioned is near the Qal’eh Gateway of the city to the south east of Qom. This is a relic of the Ali Safi household, and on the whole is an example of the unique and spectacular plaster-work which was at its peak during the said period. The same was constructed in the year 780 AH.
The facade of the structure was octagonal, but in the upper portion turns to a 16 sided structure. The dome is arched and made of brick, but in later years a cupola was added to this. On a tablet of the tomb, which now is in the Berlin Museum, and is known as ‘The Altar of the Qom mosque’, and the date of 663 AH. in the month of Safar (a month of the Moslem calendar) can be observed.