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MONTAZERI AVE BALWAR BAHAR STR PO BOX 37185 Qom Iran
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Description Al Zahra
GeneralThis is budget hotel suitable for the visitors to Qum city for Zeyarat of the Holly places, kindly make sure the guest aware about this hotel. RD12/08SurroundingAreaIn the heart of the city very close to the Mazzarat area.RoomTypesSmall in size just equipped with the basic furniture, bed and small mini fridge.PropertyInformationDark colour building surrounded with a few shops and parking space.DiningFacilitiesHotel main restaurant is serving only Persian cuisine.Copyright(c) Donvand Limited 2009AreaDetailsCentral 2 kms to city centre 85 kms to the nearest airport (imam khomeini)RoomInformation35 Single rooms Double rooms Twin rooms Triple rooms
The shrine contains the remains of the Hossein, one of the sons of the 8th Imam, and attracts visitors from all over Iran. The main entrance is decorated with 19th century tiles in floral designs. This leads through to an octagonal courtyard with the shrine in the middle. The inside of the shrine is decorated with mirror and crystal and ornate chandaliers. Islamic dress is compulsory and visitors must remove their shoes and ladies must use a chador, of which plenty are available to borrow. Ladies enter the left side of the shrine and men go to the right side.
There is no fee to enter the shrine.
Jamé Atiq Mosque
The Jamé Atiq Mosque is also known as the Masjid-i Jami and is located in the centre of the town of Qazvin. Its origins date back to the 9th century when the first mosque was constructed on the site but it is believed to have been constructed on top of an earlier Zoroastrian fire temple. It is a classical four-sided courtyard mosque with four iwans laid out around a central courtyard. The architecture reflects a wide range of periods from 10th Century Seljuk in the South iwan, Safavid style in the Eastern on and 18th century Qajar in the West.
Entrance is free and the mosque is open 7 days a week.
Bogeh - e - Davazbah Emam
The Mosque of the Tomb of 12 Imams is located in the old town of Yazd, just a few metres from Alexander's Prison. A small admission fee of approx 10 pence or 15 eurocents gains entry to both buildings.
The Mosque dates to the early 11th century and doesn't contain the tombs of any of the 12 Imams - the name comes from inscriptions of the names inside the building.
Whilst the building is in poor condition, it does have some interesting stucco work.
The Behesht-I-Zahra cemetery is located on the south side of Tehran and is a magnet to locals and tourists seeking to pay their respects to the dead of the Iran-Iraq war, of which approximately 500 are buried there. This cemetery was formerly a soccer field which was converted after US troops blockaded attempts to reach the city's main cemetery. It's also the location of the tomb of Imam Khomeini, the architect of Iran's Islamic revolution. Behesht-I-Zahra can be reached by bus or taxi and a special underground line is available during major religious holidays.
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