This cave is 2 km. from Qariyeh Mozdooran (Mashad) and is situated in the Chahak and Shorlaq heights. The entrance of the said cave measures about 2 m. in length and 2.5 m. in height. Antiquity of the cave dates back to much before the birth of Christ and therefore it has been registered as a historical monument.
Mashhad is the second most populous city in Iran and capital of Razavi Khorasan Province. It is located in the northeast of the country, close to the borders of Turkmenistan and Afghanistan.It was a major oasis along the ancient Silk Road connecting with Merv in the East.The city is most famous and revered for housing the tomb of Imam Reza, the eighth Shia Imam. Every year, millions of pilgrims visit the Imam Reza shrine and pay their ...read more about Mashhad
Astan-e-Qods Razavi Aggregate – Mashhad
This forms the axis of the holy city of Mashad and is one of the most important and greatest ‘aggregates’ in the world of Islam. Its importance is due to the presence of the shrine of His Holiness Imam Reza (AS), 148-203 AH, which contains ...
Navab School – Mashhad
This school is located in Olya Avenue in Mashad and dates back to the reign of Shah Soleiman Safavid. Abu Saleh Razavi, one of the renowned personalities of Mashad has been responsible for the innovation of this construction. Furthermore, he was ...
Akhangan Rod – Mashhad
A tower-like building of 17 meters high can be seen 20 kilometers from the northern part of Mashhad and on the borders of Tus Road that according to some people, a great battle was taken place between the previous governors of Khorasan and Sultan ...
Bazeh Hoor Fire Temple – Mashhad
There is a fire-temple in the village of Robat Sefid (Mashad) and most probably this square shaped structure dates back to the Sassanian Dynasty.
Kalat-e-Nadery Complex, Kalat – Mashhad
The walls of Kalat are 35 km. in length and 10 km. in width and located 180 km. north of Mashad. The remains of this area belong to the Nader Shah period. There are observation towers (constructed in the years 1155-1160 AH) around this city. ...
Kashaf Rood Valley – Mashhad
The Kashaf Rood River is 240 km. in length and originates from mountain ranges of Hezar Masjed and Binalood, which flows through this valley. Hillocks about 20 km. southeast of Quchan separates this valley from the Atrak Valley.About 900 ...
Haft Houz Valley – Mashhad
Hearing the name “Haft Houz” (seven pools) might only remind the Tehrani people of a square in one of the eastern neighborhoods of the capital, but this name for the Mashhadi people means the highest level of God’s architecture. “Haft ...
Khorshid Palace, Toos – Mashhad
This school is one of the ancient and largest schools of Mashad. It was constructed by Mirza Jaffar Nami. In the year 1285 AH under the orders of Zahiraldowleh the governor of the province it was repaired and reconstructed.