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Payqambaran (Profets) Mausoleum, Semnan

Friday, 04 January 2008 13:32 administrator
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 The same is situated on an elevation, 18 km. from Semnan. This mausoleum is that of the offspring or (two sons) of the Prophet Noah (AS). The structure comprises of a tomb, which is square in shape with a latticed worked wooden chest on it. The dome of mausoleum is conical and simple in structure. In one of the two south east facing porches, is a tiled inscription which states that the site was a temple in ancient times, particularly during the Parthian period. In the last decades this mausoleum has been repaired.