Emamzadeh Ghasem

Imamzadeh Qasem in Tehran is a mausoleum and pilgrimage site, which dates back to the 10th century. Legend has it that the head of a son of the second Shia Imam Hasan, Qasem, who was killed in Karbala is buried here. During the Safavid era in the 16th century, a wooden chest was placed over the tomb. This octagonal-shaped brick structure was expanded during the Qajar era (1785–1925) and an iwan (a rectangular hall walled on three sides and open on one side) was added along with a tiled dome with Kufic decorations.

Address
Emamzadeh Ghasem Square
Phone
+98

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