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
Akhloomad Recreation Place – Mashhad
This area is located 84 km. south west of Mashad. At a distance of about 3 km. a waterfall exists which is 23 m. in height, a place worth seeing.
Torqabeh Recreation Place – Mashhad
This vicinity boasts of a pleasant climate, in the out skirts of Mashad, to the west of which stand the Binalood Mountains and to the north, the Takht-e-Rostam Mountains. Torqabeh has alternative attractions such as springs enveloped in greenery.
Shaykh Bahai Tomb – Mashhad
Tomb of Sheikh Bahai is located inside the holy shrine in Mashhad after the vast porch of Imam Khomeini. The tomb is made of stone with a glass covering. This is the tomb of the Iranian scientist and erudite, Baha al-Din, Mohammad Ibn Hossein, known ...
Koohsangi Recreation Place – Mashhad
This is one of the most beautiful spots and is situated on the southern fringes of the city. To the front of this hillock stands a summer house with a large pool- this pool runs 100 m. in length and 60 m. in width. This pool is fed by subterranean ...
Old Mosalla of Mashad – Mashhad
This Mosalla was constructed in the year 1087 AH and is located to the east of Mashad. The structure besides its portico and two porches, has a brick made dome decorated with sudorific tile works and vaulted plaster works.
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.
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 ...
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 ...