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Imamzadeh Mahmood

in Sahneh city | Kermanshah province
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Imamzadeh Mahmood

Related to Sahneh city (located in Kermanshah province)
The same is located in the Dinvar Village (district of Sahneh). The mausoleum is quadrilateral. On the fringes of the tombstone sacred verses from the Holy Qoran have adorned the same. There is a latticed work wooden sepulchre on the tomb. The local inhabitants believe this to be the tomb of Imamzadeh Mahmood, the offspring of Imam Moosa Kazem (PBUH). The Imamzadeh is to the west of a Kufi cemetery known as Sheer Khan. Here there are tombstones adorned with the Cuneiform and Naskh scripts. These engravings reveal the superior category of cultural effects of the times. Some of these tombstones date back to the 6th century AH.
Sahneh is located to the east of Kermanshah and has mountainous and temperate climate. The region of Sahneh was a part of the province but in recent years has been changed to an independent township. The limits of this region is one of the old and historical ...
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