Also known as: Imamzadeh Saleh, Imamzadeh Solomon, Emamzadeh Soleiman
Imamzadeh Saleh and Imamzadeh Soleiman (Solomon) are two tombs close to each other in the Nahavand Village of Takestan (Qazvin Province). A rectangular chamber connects the two. Both of the structures are circular, and both have cellars which are the locations of the tombs. Imamzadeh Saleh (Emamzadeh Saaleh) is slightly larger than Imamzadeh Soleiman, and taking into consideration the vast cellars, resembles relics of the 6th century AH. Though its brick work is on simple lines, the overall architectural features of the structure depicts a perfectly completed affect.
The township of Takestan is bounded from north to the province of Gilan, from east to Qazvin township, and from west and south to Zanjan province. The center of the township is the city of Takestan which is located on the main route of Tehran - Europe and the Tehran western ...
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