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Seyed Ebrahim Mausoleum

in Tabriz city | East Azarbaijan province
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Seyed Ebrahim Mausoleum

Related to Tabriz city (located in East Azarbaijan province)
This structure is located in the vicinity known as Davachi in Tabriz and is the burial site of one of the officers of the Aaq Goyoonlu clan. The reputed stone tablet on which Mirza Sanglakh had sculptured Bismellah in the city of Cairo dating to the year (1270 AH), was at first in this mausoleum. Thereafter this tablet (which had taken a period of eight years of sculpturing), was transferred to the museum of Azarbayjan.
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