Explore interesting sights in Kashmar, Iran. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Kashmar, Iran.List of cities in Iran Sightseeing Tours in Kashmar
1. Tomb of Hassan Modarres
The Tomb of Sayyid Hassan Modarres is the burial site of Sayyid Hassan Modares, former prime minister of Iran. It was built in 1937 in Kashmar, Iran, as opposed to using the former tomb of Kashmar in the vast gardens of Kashmar. The tomb building consists of a central dome, four dock and a dome made of turquoise, in the style of Islamic architecture and the Safavid dynasty. Seyed Hassan Modares lived during the Pahlavi dynasty and was from the Sadat of Tabatabai. He was a political constitutionalist. He was born in a village in Ardestan in 1870 and moved to Tehran and joined the second national legislature. In the year 1928, he was kept in secret and then exiled to Kashmar. He was one of those who opposed a republic because he believed in an Islamic Republic. In accordance with the law of interest and when Reza Shah thought that President Kemal Atatürk would bring the dreams to the King of Khan, eventually ended in 1937 in the city of Kashmar, representatives of Reza Shah killed.
2. امامزاده سید مرتضی
Imamzadeh Seyed Morteza is related to the Qajar dynasty and is located in Razavi Khorasan Province, Kashmar. Massive trees, waterfalls and swimming pools add to the attractions of this place, and on the other hand, a good number of living rooms provide a good base for traveling to this place, as well as the many shops and dining halls.
3. Haj Soltan Madrasa
Haj Sultan Al-Al-Mahan College is a history school located in Kashmir on Imam Khomeini Street, the square in the center of the city, and was listed as an Iranian national cultural relic on July 5, 1384, with registration number 11929. It was built by Haj Malahadi Sultan Al-Alama, under Ghajarian rule.
4. Ahmad Panah House
Ahmad Panah's house or cap house is long related to the Qajar era and is located in Kashmar, Imam Khomeini Street, corner of The Four Ways of Recovery, and this work was registered as one of the national monuments of Iran on June 26, 2005 with the registration number 11927.
5. Eftekhar al-Tojar Mausoleum
The tomb of Efterm al-Tajar is one of the historical monuments of the late Qajar era - the early Pahlavi period, located in Kashmar, 15 Khordad Street. It was registered as one of the national monuments of Iran on June 26, 2005 with the registration number 11928.
6. Seyed Esmail Nabavi Mausoleum
The tomb of Sayyid Isma'il Nabavi dates back to the late Qajar era and is located in Kashmar, 15 Khordad Street, and this work was registered as one of the national monuments of Iran on June 26, 2005 with the registration number 11925.
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