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Imamzadeh Soleiman, Qom

Friday, 04 January 2008 12:38 administrator
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The flooring is of tiles, and its current dome is of clay, with a rod like structure at its apex, covered with tiles. To the east of the mausoleum are two small and historical tablets of black stone. The same is engraved with the 'Nastaliq' script and reveals the name of the demised and the dates 970 and 989AH. It seems that the primary construction of this mausoleum is related to the Eilkhani period.