Naderi Garden and Mausoleum
Nader Shah Afshar, the founder of Afshar dynasty, set the city of Mashhad as its center of government.
Mausoleum of Khwaje Rabi
Rabi ibn-e Khusayim, was a follower and an intimate companion of Ibn-e Masud, the great companion of the Prophet (SAW), and a pioneer in commentary and hadith.
Mausoleum of Hakim Abol-Qasem Ferdowsi
Ferdowsi was born in the village of Page in the year (329 AH) and died in Toos in the year (411 or 416 AH) and was buried in his garden located inside the Toos castle next to the Ruzan gate.
The Sun Palace
The Sun Palace was built in Kalat in 1151 AH by order of Nader Shah as accommodation place and a treasury for jewelry and the loots .
This building is located 25 kilometers away from North West of Mashhad and on the side road of Mashhad to Tous.
blessed by the holy presence of Imam Reza (A.S.), Mashhad is the most religious city in Iran that receives the lovers of Ahl al-Bayt (A.S.) during the whole year.
History of the Holy City of Mashhad
The holy city of Mashhad is the administrative capital of the Khorasan province. Its present population is nearing two and half millions and occupies an area of more than 200 square kilometers.
Services for Foreigner
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