Aqa Gholamali Kerman Mosque This mosque is located in the city of Kermān (Tohid), one of the oldest and most ancient mosques in the city of Kerman. Aqa Gholamali Mosque was built in 1229 AH 200 years ago by a person named Aqa Gholamali.
Ganjalikhan Mosque of Kerman is located on the northeast side of Ganjali Khan field and is one of the valuable works created by this ruler of the Safavid era in Kerman. The architect of this mosque is Mohammad Memar Yazdi, whose construction of other parts of this complex is capable of He is done.
The Great Mosque of Kerman, this precious Islamic monument is located in Shariaty avenue and in the Mishtaq Square, and shines with its 700 years of age as an illusion on the palace of this great city.
Malek mosque or Imam Khomeini Mosque of Kerman is the oldest and largest mosque in Kerman, 900 years old is one of the oldest mosques in Iran. Malek mosque was built during the rule of Turan Shah Seljuq and has many nurseries.
Chehel-Soton Mosque of Kerman is one of the famous memoirs of Haj Agha Ali Zaimullah, a famous merchant of the Qajar era, who left him with a bazaar, caravanserai, water storage, and Chehel-Soton mosque on Shariati avenue of Kerman.
Among the old mosques of Kerman, dating from the time of Emadeddin Ahmed from the rulers of the Al-Muzaffar era in Kerman, is Pamenar Mosque, the Pamenar Mosque of Kerman is located near the mosque of Kerman.
Holy Holy Imam Zadeh Mohammad Kerman (Prince Mohammad) in the historical context of Kerman, as a beautiful neigbing shimmer, and a refuge for the bored and afflicted. The historical monument of Imam Zadeh Mohammad city of Kerman belongs to the middle of the Safavid period and is rectangular and consists of three porches, dome, porch, courtyard and porch.
Prince Jaapar is one of the most prominent members of the Jupar section of the functions of Kerman. This Emamzadeh has an interesting architecture and construction. The monument of Prince Hossein Jupari (AS), numbered 529 of the historical monuments of Iran, dates back to the Safavid era, and part of its tile dates back to Nasir al-Din Shah's time.
Imam Zadeh Seyyed Mohammad Bardsir is one of the most famous mosque of Kerman province, which has the largest dome of the country after Soltanieh, and the tallest minaret in the country with a height of 74 meters with a magnificent work and the best kind of mosaic tile. In addition to that, the door and gate of this Imam Zadeh has been done.
The most famous emamzadeh of Zarand city, Imamzadeh Abdullah, whose main name is Khwaja Abul Reza, and his narrations have been narrated in his biography.
Imamzadeh Qasem in Tehran is a mausoleum and pilgrimage site, which dates back to the 10th century.
He is the direct descendant of Imam Zainul-Abedin. His rowza is located in the city of Ray near Shah Abdul Azeem.
Near the peaks of southwestern Mount Tochal in the Alborz mountain range lies the famous tomb of Imamzadeh Davoud, also known as Sharafeddin.
This ancient Rajab Ali Mosque is located in Boozarjomehri St and in "Darkhangah" sector. The mosque has a vast courtyard with a Shabestan both for summer and winter nocturnal prayers.
Imamzadeh Yahya is the mausoleum of one of the descendants of the Shia Imams.
The Imam Khomeini Mosque is located right inside the Tehran Grand Bazaar and it is one of the most see's of Tehran Tourist Attractions . Imam Khomeini Mosque (also known as Shah mosque) is one of the largest and busiest in Tehran.
Ebn-e Babooyeh cemetery (also known ax Ebn-e Babveyh, or Ibn-e Baabevey) is located in Iran in the town of Rey (now inside Greater Tehran metropolitan area).
Bibi Shahr Banu Shrine is a shrine located near Shahr-e Ray, a southern suburb of Tehran, Iran.