Historical Places


Mir Zobair Tomb, Sirjan

Tuesday, 01 January 2008 18:22 administrator
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This structure is located in the Sharif Abad village of Sirjan. This structure is square in shape, with external and internal dimensions of 9 m. and 7 m. respectively. It has been erected with cobbled stones and gypsum. At a height of four meters this structure converts to an octagonal shape, and thence spherical with a dome on the top. Internally, it is adorned with inscriptions. The remnants of the plaster work dates back to 751 AH.
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Mir Heydar (Goor Khan) Mausoleum, Jiroft

Tuesday, 01 January 2008 18:21 administrator
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The same is a relic of the Safavid period and is located in Esfandaqieh of Jiroft. The structure resembles a dome with eight external porches. Internally, the dome is four-sided, but higher up in its structure converts to an octagon. A marble tomb stone can be noted within.
 

Khajeh Atabak Mausoleum, Kerman

Tuesday, 01 January 2008 18:21 administrator
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The same is located in the south east of the vicinity of the bazaar mosque. The structure is a remnant of the Saljuqi period in the 6th century AH. This structure has been adorned with plaster and brick works, both internally and externally. Its interesting features are the kufic and thulth scripts. The ceiling of this mausoleum had caved in, but was repaired by the Cultural Heritage Organization, and the structure is on historical record.
 

Amir Heydar Tomb, Jiroft

Tuesday, 01 January 2008 18:20 administrator
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 The same is situated in Daulat Abad, Esfandaqieh and is a relic of the Safavid era. This structure comprises of a dome, porches, arched ceilings and corridors. Internally, the structure is four-sided, but higher up it changes to an octagon with coinciding ceilings. Narrations and memoirs can be seen in numbers within the structure dating to the years 1002 AH., 1012 AH. and 1082 AH.. Besides a few marble tomb stones. The said structure has been beautifully designed with plaster and Indian design, in addition to the Shah Abbasi patterns. The above mentioned is on historical record.
 

Akhoond Tomb, Koohbanan, Zarand

Tuesday, 01 January 2008 18:18 administrator
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The said structure is made of brick and has a polygonal dome, with double arches externally. This structure has 9 porches. The entrance of the southern sector connects to the frontal section by two halls and spiral stair ways lead to the double covered dome. Under the dome is a marble tomb stone which is 2 m. in length and 1 m. in width. This is most probably a relic of the 11th century AH. which is on historical record.
 


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