Tourist Attraction

Tomb of Amir Heydar

in Jiroft city | Kerman province
Tourist Attraction

Tomb of Amir Heydar

Related to Jiroft city (located in Kerman province)
Tomb of Amir Heydar (Mir Heydar) Also known as Goorkhaneh is situated in Daulat Abad, Esfandagheh and is a relic of the Safavid era. This structure comprises of a dome, porches, arched ceilings and corridors. Internally, the structure is four-sided, but higher up it changes to an octagon with coinciding ceilings.

Narrations and memoirs can be seen in numbers within the structure dating to the years 1002 AH., 1012 AH. and 1082 AH.. Besides a few marble tomb stones. The said structure has been beautifully designed with plaster and Indian design, in addition to the Shah Abbasi patterns. Tomb of Mir Heydar is on historical record.
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