The tomb of Seyyed Sadruddin Chaldoran is one of the unique Islamic tombs that was built in the form of a hexagonal structure and located in a vast plain. This plain reminds of the historical event of the Chaldoran War and the Great Battle of Iran and the Ottoman Empire in the 2nd Rajab of 920 AH Is.
Separated monotheist monument belongs to the Islamic period "Afshar". It is located in the northwestern side of Chaldoran and on the southern side of the Asfalta road in the village of Gol Ashayghi.
Sayyid Sadriddin Chaldoran's tomb has a Chinese trimmed stone line with a height of about 2 meters, in order to decorate the ornamental backing in the upper chin of the Chinese seat.
The beautiful and elevated porch of the tomb is located on the south side, and there are decorations such as Mogharnas, Brickworks and Framing, and the interior luminaires provide part of the light inside the memorial. The beautiful gable of this memorial is designed as a two- The height of the building reaches 25 meters.
In the outer part of the building and the lower part of the building, following the construction of the tomb, the tombstone was used from white crimson strips, and on the upper side of it there were decorative cellars with fluffy vaults.
The mirroring and bonding of bricks in the form of regular polish, framing and uniform movement of bricks in order to construct a beautiful dome of this building. On the entrance to the tomb of Shah Isma'il I, the founder of the Shiite government, the twelve Imami stands standing at a height of 5.3 Meters of fiberglass and concrete in bronze color.
The use of the hexagonal plan in the tomb of Seyyed Sadr al-Din, the Great Secretary of the Shah Isma'il Safavi, indicates that Sheikh's undisputed belief in the Safavid dynasty and ultimately Ali, the Alad Ali, as well as the firm conviction of Imam Ja'far Sadeq (PBUH).
The name of this area reminds of the bloody war between Iranians and Ottomans in the year 920 AH, in which Iranian soldiers fought with the enemy in an unequal battle against the command of Shah Isma'il Safavid in the wake of the independence of the homeland.