This tower is situated in the village of Lajim, in the township of Savad Kooh, and is incorrectly come to be known as Imamzadeh Abdollah. The same has been constructed on simple lines, but at the same time holds an elegance. It is round in shape and has a conical dome. Two inscriptions of brick can be noted here, bearing the kufic, Pahlavi, and Sassanide scripts. The former reveals the date of 413 AH. After essential repairs, this vicinity is presently a place of pilgrimage for the inhabitants of the Lajim Village and other rural areas of Savad Kooh.
The township of Savad Kooh has emerged from the setting and the expansion of the rural areas in the valley and mountainous region, with a habitat, full of natural vegetation with a moderate climate. Today this vicinity is one of the main centers of tourism.
Dovecotes (Kaboutarkhaneh or Pigeon Towers) or such turrets are in plenty in the agricultural vicinities of Isfahan (Esfahan). These have been built with the purpose of collecting ...MORE
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