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Tourist Attraction

Imamzadeh Hood

in Razan city | Hamadan province
Tourist Attraction

Imamzadeh Hood

Related to Razan city (located in Hamadan province)
This Imamzadeh is in the village of Yengi Qalleh in district of Razan. This twelve -sided structure is made of brick. The dome which most probably originally was conical in shape has been ruined, and presently has a barrel shaped or arched roof. The flooring of the cellar of this tower like structure is covered with wood. Remnants of blue tile-work can be noted in this building. This structure is related to the 8th century AH. (Mongol era).
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