Tourist Attraction

Nezamol Molk-e-Bakravi Tomb

in Nayshabur city | Khorasan Razavi province
Tourist Attraction

Nezamol Molk-e-Bakravi Tomb

Related to Nayshabur city (located in Khorasan Razavi province)
The mausoleum of Nezamol Molk-e-Bakravi is situated in Nayshabur and is attached to the eastern portico of the oldest mosque of this city. It is constructed of gypsum and brick, the ceiling of which is adorned with turquoise colored tiles. In parts, remnants of old architecture styles can be observed.
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