This Imamzadeh is in the lower quarter of the city of Mahalat. It is the resting abode of three offsprings of Imamzadeh Javad (AS). This structure comprises of two domes, three halls, a porch, courtyard and an ancient mausoleum. This square structure has two domes. Under the eastern dome is the tomb of Shahzadeh Moosa, and the western dome the tombs of Seti Amameh and Fatimeh Khatoon.
This mausoleum has halls and porches on all sides and is free of adornments such as tile and plasterwork. The domes are covered with turquoise colored tiles and the name of the Almighty. On seven pillars of the structure, the date 1321 AH. can be observed. To the three sides of the mausoleum is a courtyard overlooking the public mourning area or Hossainieh. To the north of this place is another small mausoleum which is square in shape. The person buried there was Baba Kamaledin, one of the mystics of the Safavid era.
The township of Mahalat (Mahallat) is located to the southeast of MARKAZI province, and is among the plains in the mountains. It is surrounded by heights and has a mountainous climate. Mahalat is 362 km. from Tehran, and is on the skirts of the heights. ...
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