Alavian Dome

Hamadan Province, Hamedan, District 4, Alavian Blvd.

Alavian Dome in Hamadan is located in a garden of the same name. The structure was initially a mosque built by the Alavian family during the Seljuq er...


Baba Tahir Mausoleum

Baba Tahir Sq.

Baba Tahir’s Mausoleum, is located in a rectangular, green garden near the northern entrance of the city of Hamadan. The original structure of the mau...


Burj-e Qorban or Qorban Tower

Hamadan Province, Hamedan, Anvar Hakim St.

Burj-e Qorban or Qorban Tower is a 10th century structure where a number of Seljukid commanders and a cleric have been interred. During the Afghan reb...



Hamadan Province, Iran

Ganjnameh meaning (treasure epistle) is an inscription carved into a rock face on Mount Alvand cataloguing the conquests of Darius (521-485 BC) and Xe...


Gregory and Stepanos Church

Ekbatan Sq.

The Gregory and Stepanos Church is located in the old Armenian quarter of Hamadan east of the ruins of Ecbatana, the capital of the Median Empire (678...


Mausoleum of Avicenna

Hamadan Province, Hamedan, Avicenna's Mausoleum, District 1, Buali Sina Square, Iran

Persian polymath Avicenna (980-1037 AD) was a prolific genius, who introduced systematic experimentation into the study of physiology, experimental me...


Nazari Mansion and garden

Hamadan Province, Hamedan District 2 Aref Qazvini Street

Nazari Mansion is a Qajar era (1785-1925) monument located in a Garden of the same name. The entrance hall of the building has a unique brick exterior...


Stone Lion Statue

Hamadan Province, Hamedan, District 2, Sangshir Square.

The Stone Lion of Hamadan, which once had a twin, was part of the old gate of the city. According to some accounts, the lions were built upon the orde...


Tepe Hagmataneh

Ekbatan Sq.

Tepe Hagmataneh is believed to be the ruins of the ancient Median city of Ecbatana which was  one of the many capitals  of the Achaemenids (550-330 BC...


Tomb of Esther and Mordechai

Hamadan Province, Hamedan, District 1, Ester Alley

Tomb of Esther and Mordechai Tomb in Hamadan is believed to have belonged to the biblical Queen Esther and her uncle Mordechai. The current structure...