The same is situated in Kashan and consists of a courtyard, porch and Sepulchre. Its dome that is conical in shape has 12 panels and is decorated with vaulted tiles of the Safavid era. Its five pairs of doors have great value as a creative work of art.
Kashan is a city of Isfahan, Iran.The etymology of the city name comes from the Kasian, the original inhabitants of the city, whose remains are found at Tapeh Sialk dating back 9,000 years; later this was changed to "Kashian", hence the town name. Between the 12th and the 14th centuries Kashan was an important centre for the production of high quality pottery and tiles. In modern Persian, the word for a tile (kashi) comes from the name of ...read more about Kashan
Kashan National Museum – Kashan
This museum has been founded in the year 1966, and is located in the northern section of the Baq-e-Fin. The Late Seyed Mohammad Naqi Mostafavi, (an archaeologist of the times), established the museum. This museum comprises of a single store building ...
Feyz-e-Kashany Tomb – Kashan
This tomb lies to the west of the city of Kashan and near the large cemetery of the city. This tomb retained its simplicity according to the wish of the deceased, till recent years when certain renovations were performed.
Ferizhand Red Water Spring – Kashan
The said spring lies at a distance of 78 km south of the city of Kashan, and is in the northern skirts of the Karkas Mountains.The water of this spring is of a bicarbonate type mixed with gases. Its water is useful in the treatment of ...
Imamzadeh Haroon-ebne Moosa – Kashan
The same comprises of a facade, large courtyard, chambers, porches and an ancient mausoleum dating to the 7th century AH. Its dome is in the shape of a pyramid with twelve panels. The ceiling of the porch in front of the mausoleum, was adorned with ...
Niyasar Cave – Kashan
The said cave dates to approximately 2000 years ago and nestles in the limestone hills overlooking the Niyasar Village of Kashan. This cave has been dug out with the help of primitive implements and resembles a meandering stony tunnel in the breast ...
Fin Garden Bath – Kashan
In this aggregate a small and a large bath are present. The ceilings adorned with paintings and fine marble columns are artistic affects here. The smaller bath has gained historical fame due to the assassination of Amir Kabir in this place.
Imamzadeh Shah Yalan – Kashan
This tomb is located in the goldsmith section of the bazaar of Kashan. It is the resting-place of Soleiman Ebne Moosa Ebne Jaffar (PBUH). The architecture of the same is related to the Saljuqi period and was built in the year 902 AH.
Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse – Kashan
Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse whose appellation is due to its closeness to Suktan Amir Ahmad Shrine dates back to Seljuk era based on the discovered evidences. The current building is remaining from Qajar era, though.In fact, some of the remaining ...