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Sheikh Heydar Tomb

in Meshkin-Shahr city | Ardabil province
Tourist Attraction

Sheikh Heydar Tomb

Related to Meshkin-Shahr city (located in Ardabil province)
This mausoleum is an 18 m. cylindrical structure belonging to the late 7th or 9th century AH. The portal and façade of the building are delicately decorated with tile-work, brick-work, inscriptions with the sacred names etc.
The city of Meshkin Shahr is located in the northwestern Iran, at the center of the province, and 839 kilometers far from Tehran. Being near the high Sabalan (Savalan) Mountains it enjoys a moderate mountainous climate. Formerly, it was known as "Khiav". ...
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