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Imamzadeh Soleiman Pilgrimage, Genaveh Rd., Daylam

in Genaveh city | Bushehr province
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Imamzadeh Soleiman Pilgrimage, Genaveh Rd., Daylam

Related to Genaveh city (located in Bushehr province)
This structure is on the Genaveh - Daylam road. The dome has twelve panels. This mosque has been constructed about 70 years ago and has been influenced by Indian architecture used in temples. It is believed that an offspring of the 4th Imam of the Shiite sect is buried here.
Bandar-e-Genaveh (Ganaveh Port) lies on the coastal waters of The Persian Gulf, between Bandar-e-Bushehr and Daylam in BUSHEHR Province. The current city of Genaveh has been constructed in the southern segment of the old city. Relics such as stone arches ...
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