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Religious Places


Sheikh Sa'dune Mosque, Bushehr

Sunday, 16 December 2007 12:55 administrator
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This mosque is also known as the Masjed Shah and Masjed Kufi, constructed by an Arab called Sheikh and at present religious mourning ceremonies are held here.
 

Bardestan Mosque, Bardestan Village, Dashti

Sunday, 16 December 2007 12:55 administrator
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This ancient mosque is located in an old graveyard which is on the top of a hill. A wooden inscription in the mosque displays the date 852 AH. as the repairing date of the mosque. So this shows that it was constructed much before this date and could be related to the early centuries of the Islamic era.
 

Sibveyh Tomb, Siraf

Sunday, 16 December 2007 12:54 administrator
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In this mausoleum two tombs can be observed, a larger grave bearing a chest and an inscription in the 'kufic script' and another smaller grave without a tomb stone which is the grave of Sibveyh.
 

Haji Mohammad Ebrahim Esfahani Tomb, Khark Island

Sunday, 16 December 2007 12:54 administrator
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This tomb is octagonal and is similar to Mongol architecture. There is a strong possibility that Haji Mohammad Ebrahim Esfahani was buried was burried here in the year (1170 AH.)