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Gonbad-e-Kabud

Mousavi St., Maragheh 55136, Iran
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Under reconstruction

As the building was under reconstruction we couldn't visit it. The building has about 875 years... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2017
Mahsa J
via mobile
Good example of Seljuk mausoleums

Marageh has a couple of mausoleums dating from the Seljuk period with a great use of decorative... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2017
J0anned568
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Canberra, Australia
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30 May 2017
“Under reconstruction ”
27 May 2017
“Good example of Seljuk mausoleums”
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Mousavi St., Maragheh 55136, Iran
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Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

As the building was under reconstruction we couldn't visit it. The building has about 875 years old..

Thank Mahsa J
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Reviewed 27 May 2017

Marageh has a couple of mausoleums dating from the Seljuk period with a great use of decorative brickwork. One is almost entirely brickwork and the other combines brickwork with early example of blue tiles that were starting to appear in Iran around that time. These...More

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Reviewed 28 December 2016

A decagon building, designed with Persian art. This is a tomb of the Hulaku khan's mother. Hulaku khan was one of the four sons of Genghis khan. The visit is free.

2  Thank Amirafshar M
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Reviewed 10 August 2014

It is a very nice mixture of Persian blue tiles and bricks with very attractive model from around 700 years ago.

4  Thank kfbehdin
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