Jahab Leith Safari

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Tomb of Ya'qub Liath Saffari, in Shah Abad Village, 10 km from Dezful, on the right side of Dezful Road to Shushtar. Next to the tomb of Ya'qub Liath Saffari, which is known as one of the historical and religious attractions of Khuzestan, there are also survivors of the city of Gandhi Shapur.

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  • Address : Khuzestan, Shah Abad village

The monument of Jacob Laith Saffari's tomb is of an inlet and separates the interior of the tomb from its outer surface. Around the tomb is a large cemetery in which the existence of the old tombstones is indicative of the ancient history of the building as well as the existence of arable land, rice The work of the conarter trees beside the building has doubled the beauty of it.

  • Background information

    Jacob Laith Safari proclaimed Persian language the first time after the arrival of Islam into Iran again as the official language of Iran, and he made many attempts to leave parts of Iran from the hands of the Abbasid caliph, and eventually in 165 AH in Jandi city Shapur Dezful died.
  • Specific information

    The Tomb of Jacob is a jagged dome that is in the form of a cone whose architecture is a combination of Iranian and Roman architecture. The main building of the building is the raw clay, with gravel and mortar and plaster, and with two small fortresses and traditional Iranian bricklaying style. It has made the building more sophisticated.
    The exterior of the Tomb of Jacob Laith Safari, despite its size, is suitable for creating traditional safaris and shops for the display of arts and crafts, and the heritage of several thousand years of this ancient city, but also with the revenues of this, the nightmare of repetitive sentences of lack of credibility can be released. And by creating jobs for the people of the region, they can have a good prospect for tourism development.
  • Outlook

    Tomb of Tomb of Jacob Laith Safariyet Four arches with conic and dome domes are formed during the Seljuk period. The northern porch of its tomb is related to the Timurid period, which was closed to the porch in the Qajar period and is embedded in the main building. The main domes of the mosque are two shells inspired by the shape of the palm trunk.
  • More Info

    According to locals, about 20 to 25 years ago, there was a script on the wall of the dome in the old Arabic script, in which the name of Jabal Laith, the great ruler and first Iranian prince (after Islam), was clearly written. The tomb of Jacob Laith Saffiry is not suitable and the tomb iron is used to connect the different parts of the fruit basket, and on the bricks and the old wall of the shrine, the rustling nails and the spider grab attention. The tomb building has an entrance and separates the interior of the tomb from its outer surface. The main structure of the building is the raw clay, with highlights and plaster mortar.

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