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.
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
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 ...
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 ...
Malek Abad Palace Museum – Mashhad
The Palace of Malak Abad, with an area of 1,387 sq. m. was erected in the years 1354-1355 AH (1975-1976) in the garden of Malek Abad. This was utilized as the residence of the Shah during his trips to Mashad. The museum of this palace displays ...
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.
Khajeh Rabi’ Tomb – Mashhad
This famous and renowned tomb is situated 4 km. north of Mashad on the Khajeh Rabi’ Road. This mausoleum is octagonal in shape and houses many rooms, large halls and porticos styled in intricate and unique oriental architecture. The bi-covered ...
Moghan Cave – Mashhad
Moghan Cave is 28 kilometers from Mashhad and in the southern part of Moghan Village. Based on available evidences and discovery of snail fossils on the paths leading to the cave, the cave is assumed to date back to one hundred million years ago or ...
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.
Shahan Garmab Thermal Spring – Mashhad
The village of Shahan Garmab is located 144 km. southeast of Mashad. These is a thermal spring rich in mineral content and is useful for treatment of skin infections, chronic wounds chronic rheumatic conditions, arthritics etc.