Maqbaratoshoara in Tabriz

Maqbaratoshoara in Tabriz

Maqbaratoshoara is the resting place for more than four hundred Iranian poets and scholars. Plus seeing its beautiful architecture could be a pleasant experience and it is recommended to those who like geometric architecture. The poets who are buried in Maqbaratoshoara are from 800 years ago up till now.

In the year 1350 (Solar) due to the existence of the graves of mystic and well-known people at this area the government decided to repair this place and conducted a race to rebuild and redesign the place. The rebuilding process began in 1351 (Solar) and continued till 1361 (Solar). The plan was to build a cultural campus for artists and art lovers to get together. But throughout all these years still the final design of the Maqbaratoshoara has not been fully implemented.

Some of the poets whose resting place is here
  • Asadi Toosi
  • Khaghani Shervani
  • Ostad Shahriar
  • Zahir Faryabi
  • Lesani Shirazi
  • Ghatran Tabrizi
  • And many others
Maqbaratoshoara in Tabriz
Maqbaratoshoara in Tabriz
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Ticket price: 10,000 Toman

Visiting hours: First half of the year 8:30 to 21:00 | Second half of the year 8:30 to 19:00

Tourists Attractions near this place
  • Robe Rashidi
  • Boghe Seyyed Hamzeh
  • Saheb Al Amr Mosque
  • The House and Museum of Qajar

Make sure to visit this link: Kabood Mosque in Tabiz

See also about other poet in Tabriz 

Shahriyar 

Parvin Etesami

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