In the northern most part of Tehran, on the skirts of the mountains of Tet and Daramar, is the dome and tomb of Shah Mohammad. This site is considered as a pilgrimage by the people of Lurestan and Kermanshah. The main structure is square but becomes octagonal at the top. The walls are adorned with beautiful tile work and the top of the minarets have been artistically done in brick, laid out in a zigzag style.
The structure dates back to the year 1322 AH. The entrance door of the structure is covered with silver, carved with religious versus in the nasta'liq script. Around the fringes are poetic versus from the reputed poet, Mohtasham-e- Kashani. The dome has been made of brick, mortar and tiles. There are also four rooms for the use of residing pilgrims.
Khorramabad lies in the mountainous area of Zagross, and this region experiences a temperate climate, where as in the south alongside the plains of Khuzestan it is warm. Khorramabad (Khorram Abaad) is situated 494 km. from Tehran.
The territory of Khoram Abad has a rich ...
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