Tomb of Shah Firuz (Shaah Firouz tomb) is located within a distance of 5km south east of the Qal'eh Sangi of Sirjan in Kerman Province. This structure is octagonal and has a dome with a spectacular arched design.
In the midst of the structure is a tomb 2.5m in length, 63 cm in width and to the height of 40cm. People believe that this is the resting abode of Abu Kalijar-ebne-Azidodowleh or his offspring, who on eating meat after a hunt, passed away and was buried in this vicinity. There is a strong possibility that this relic is of Eilkhani period (8th and 9th century AH). Tomb of Shah Firooz has been under repair in the recent years.
Sirjan is a city and capital of Sirjan County, Kerman Province. This city was established in the Sasanian era and has several mineral sources including coal, iron, copper, stone and gold. Sirjan means "being tired of life" in Persian, although that's the
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