Other Imamzadehs and pilgrimage sites of Qom province are as follows:
Imamzadeh Seyed Sarbaksh, in Azar Avenue related to the second half of the 8th century AH. Imamzadeh Abol Abbas Ahmad near Imamzadeh 'in heaven' related to the 8th century, Imamzadeh Bavareh in the village of Fardo related to the pre-Safavid era, Imamzadeh Halimeh Khatoon, 12 km. south of Qom, Imamzadeh Sakineh Khatoon within 30 km. to the east of Qom related to the pre-Safavid era, Imamzadeh Shahzadeh Ahmad and Ali Haras related to the Qajar era and located in Khak Faraj, Imamzadeh Shahzadeh Jafar Qarib, 6 km. east of Qom related to Fath Ali Shah Qajar, Imamzadeh Shahzadeh Jafar in the Geev village, Imamzadeh Shahzadeh Seyed Ali, north of Qom, Imamzadeh Shahzadeh Taher in the Taqrood village, Imamzadeh Shahzadeh Abbas on the outskirts of the Jondab village related to the pre-Safavid period, Imamzadeh Shahzadeh Abbas and Haft Imamzadeh near the Varjan Village of Qom, Imamzadeh Shahzadeh Mohsen related to the 10th century, Imamzadeh Abdollah near Qal'eh Sadri Qom related to the Qajar era, Imamzadeh Safoora in Khak Faraj, Imamzadeh Fazel on the mountain overlooking the Beed Hind Village, Baba Mosafer mausoleum to the north east of Qom, near the Ray Gateway related to the Safavid period, the Chahar Imamzadeh Shohreh mausoleum and Molla Aqa on the outskirts of the city of Qom related to the Safavid age, Khadijeh Khatoon mausoleum, Imamzadeh Shahzadeh Ebrahim and Mohammad in Mazdijan and to the west of Qom, related to the Eilkhanian period, Imamzadeh Shahzadeh Essaq, Imamzadeh Sheesh Imamzadeh in the outskirts of the Seif Abad related to the Safavid era, Imamzadeh Teiyaeb and Taher on the Qom-Sarajeh road related to the 8th century, Imamzadeh Fardoo in the village of Fardoo, district of of Qahestan.
It is said that the city of Qom existed in the pre-Islamic ages, whereas, some believe that the same belongs to the post Islamic times. Kom was the name of the ancient rampart of the city of Qom, thus, the Arabs called it Qom (or Ghom).
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