In this mausoleum two tombs can be observed, a larger grave bearing a chest and an inscription in the ‘Kufic script’ and another smaller grave without a tomb stone which is the grave of Sibveyeh.
About Bushehr (Bushire)
Bushehr (or Bushire) also Romanized as Bandar Bushehr and Bandar-e Bushehr; previously known as Beh Ardasher is the capital city of Bushehr Province, Iran.Bushehr lies in a vast plain running along the coastal region on the Persian Gulf coast of south-western Iran, it is built near the ancient port city of Rishahr/Reshire (Sassanian, Riv Ardasher). It was the chief seaport of the country and is the administrative centre of its province. Its ...read more about Bushehr (Bushire)
Bushehr (Bushire) Attractions
Galin (Qebleh Doa) Ceremony – Bushehr
This ritual is performed during a drought. The ritual is in such a way that the inhabitants of a village select a person and call him 'Galin'.Galin is then changes into Shepherds clothing along with a beard made of sheep wool and a straw hat ...
Holy Jesus Christ Church – Bushehr
This mosque is also known as the Masjed Shah and Masjed Kufi, constructed by an Arab called Sheikh and at present religious mourning ceremonies are held here.
Bushehr Museum, Delvar – Bushehr
This museum has a collection of exhibits and is also the museum of Anthropology. This museum is in the historic mansion of Rais Ali Delvari.
Haji Mohammad Ebrahim Esfahani Tomb, Khark Island – Bushehr
This tomb is octagonal and is similar to Mongol architecture. There is a strong possibility that Haji Mohammad Ebrahim Esfahani was buried was burred here in the year (1170 AH.)
Kharkoo Island – Bushehr
This island is situated north east of Khark Island and is considered to be an important island regarding Cargos such as crude oil.
Khark Island – Bushehr
The Khark Island has a population of more than 10.000 and is located 57 km. north west of Bushehr and 38 km. from Genaveh.This coral reef island has a length of 8 km. and is 4-5 km. in breadth. It has native trees, and thence to a small extent ...
Qavam Water Reservoir – Bushehr
This water reservoir is near Khalij-e-Fars Avenue, it was constructed during the Qajar era and dates back to more than 150 years ago.
Nayband Protected Zone – Bushehr
This area boasts of a variety of wildlife and from this point of view holds its own. Wildlife such as wild sheep, wild goat, gazelle, antelope and leopard can be seen here.