Related to Abhar city (located in Zanjan province)
This mausoleum stands at the end of the 17th Shahrivar Avenue of Abhar. This structure houses remnants from the Ilkhanan Dynasty (6th century). It is the mausoleum of 'Mowlana Qotbeddin Ahmad Abhar (500-575 AH.) reputedly known as Peer Ahmad' and famous as Zahrnoush. He was one of the renowned mystics, it is narrated that the said mystic would drink poison as if he were having a refreshment and then would burst into verse.
Abhar or 'Abhar Chay' as is colloquially known is one of the most ancient regions of Iran. Existing evidences reveal that this area thrived and flourished in the 2nd millennium BC., the Medes were responsible for unifying various tribes then existing. ...
Tomb of Sa'di, also spelled Saadi (Sadi-e-Shirazi), byname of Musharrif al-Din ibn Muslih al-Din, (born c. 1213, Shiraz, Iran - died Dec. 9, 1291, Shīrāz), Persian poet, ...MORE
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