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Haft Shahidan Mausoleum

in Masjed Soleiman city | Khuzestan province
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Haft Shahidan Mausoleum

Related to Masjed Soleiman city (located in Khuzestan province)
This mausoleum is in the midst of the Haft Shahidan Village graveyard. It has a tile worked dome with sacred versus of "Ya Allah","Ya Mohammad" and "Ya Ali" inscribed around it. These effects, and the original structure of the mausoleum are from the Qajar period. The mausoleum has a square courtyard with porches and chambers around it. To the exterior side of the structure an inscription worked in black and white tiles has been affixed to the portal. This mausoleum is the tomb of the seven Sadats or those being the descendants of the Prophet Mohammed. The architecture of main structure blongs to the Qajar period.
Masjed Soleyman is situated to the north of the province, and has common borders with Esfahan and Chahar Mahal Va Bakhtiyari provinces. It accounts for being an important area as the 'winter residing quarter' for the Bakhtiyari tribes. This township ...
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