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 known as Navab, hence the name of the building.
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
Gorab Springs – Mashhad
This spring is located at 49 km from the Mashad-Nayshabur Road. This hot spring accounts for a number of springs, which are located at the most 500 m. from each other.These springs have different water content, gases and even mineral content. ...
Vakil Abad Recreation Place – Mashhad
The Vakil Abad Park occupies a large section of Vakil Abad Village. This area lies between the city of Mashad and Torqabeh. This park consists of a great number of trees, streams and a pools.
Tomb of Ferdowsi – Mashhad
The tomb of Abul-Qasim Ferdowsi Tusi is located in the middle of a landscaped garden 20 kilometers north of Mashhad City. This great monument was designed and refurbished by Hooshang Seyhoun based on Hossein Lorzadeh's preliminary design with some ...
Shah Bath – Mashhad
This public bath is located in the Grand Bazaar of Mashad, near a mosque known by the same name. This is supposed to be converted into a museum.The bath was constructed by Shah Abbas I of Safavid dynasty and consists of a clock-room with eight ...
Parizad School – Mashhad
When Goharshad, the spouse of Shahrokh Mirza, was busy building the Goharshad Mosque in Mashad, her female slave "Parizad" constructed a school beside this mosque. This school was repaired in the year 1091 by Najaf Qoli Khan Beglarbeigi Qandehar.
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.
Nader Tomb Museum – Mashhad
The Paj Village is the birthplace of the renowned Iranian poet Ferdowsi. It is in Mashad - Kalat Road and is 15 km. from branch road of Kandeh Dam. There is a pre-historic hillock approximately situated 500 m. north of Paj. Many colorful tiles with ...
Sheikh Shah Ali Esfarayeni Tomb – Mashhad
This is mausoleum of a reputed Gnostic (Sheik Shah Ali Esfarayeni), which is located in a garden belonging to him, in an area of 500 sq.m. A pillar erected out of mud which was on the tomb but unfortunately has since deteriorated.