(مقبره سيف الدوله)seyfodole Tomb

ین مقبره از نوع مقابر غیر مذهبی است و دارای پلان ۴ ضلعی می‌باشد. ۴ ضلعی گنبد دارای پیشینه دوگانه است که یک بخش آن همان آتشکده ساسانیان و یا ۴ طاق است و دیگری به دوره قاجاریه وحتی بعد از آن می‌رسد.

در این مقبره علاوه بر قبر سیف الدوله قبرامیرالمؤید و نوه سیف الدوله و ۷ قبر دیگر قرار دارد.

Copyright: Zabih Hasanvand
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7000x3500
Taken: 14/11/2011
Uploaded: 05/08/2012
Updated: 02/03/2015


Tags: tomb
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  • mehrdad Manafi 1 day ago
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