Also known as: Mausoleum of Omar Khayyám, Omar Khayyam Nayshaburi Tomb, Araamgah-e Khayyam (Farsi), Tomb of Khayam Neishaboori
One of the eye-catching sites is the garden which envelopes the resting place of the great scholar, mathematician, philosopher and poet, Hakim Omar Khayam. The said garden belonged to him. The exact date of his death have not been specified and it is known to be within the years 506 - 530 AH.
Later another monument was erected about 100 m. north of the tomb to commemorate this renowned personality.
This structure is a high tomb made of iron and stone, consisting of ten bases, which have geometrical shapes and are connected to each other.
The city of Nayshabur lies in a level plain and is 768 km. from Tehran. The Binalood heights are to the north, and other heights run northwest of the city. The railroad of Tehran - Mashad passes through Nayshabur. In the year 31 AH, it was seized by the Ottomans (Osmani) ...
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