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Shah Qarib and Shah Qalandar Mausoleum

in Arak city | Markazi province
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Shah Qarib and Shah Qalandar Mausoleum

Related to Arak city (located in Markazi province)
The Anjadan Village has a long historical antiquity, and is located 37 km. to the east of Arak. This mausoleum (which is related to the Esmaeili sect), as well as the Chehel Dokhtaran Mausoleum are situated in the said village. These structures date back to the Safavid era, and the same were held in great respect of the above mentioned sect.
The township of Arak is to the southwest of MARKAZI province. It is cold in winters and moderate in summers. Arak is the capital of the province and is 295 km. from Tehran. This city is one of the industrial centers of the country. The Tehran - Khuzestan ...
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