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Imamzadeh Saleh is a mausoleum and mosque complex in Tajrish Square in Tehran's Shemiran district. This mausoleum, which is believed to date back to the 13th century, belongs to a son of the seventh Shia Imam Musa ibn Jafar (745-799). The square structure has a tiled dome and strong Ilkhanid era (1256–1335) architectural elements. The shrine has a silver Zarih (lattice cover) and a wooden chest has been placed on top of the Saleh tomb which is believed to date back to the Safavid era (1501 – 1736). The interior of the tomb has tilework decorations, mirror work, fine paintings and stucco reliefs. The mausoleum is a popular pilgrimage site where locals make regular donations of salt and light candles.


Women have to wear Chador and cover all their body, at the entrance they give you free Chador so sont worry about it. You are not allowed to take photos.


اینجا جای خیلی قشنگی هست. مجاورت با بازار تجریش به جذابیت امامزاده کمک کرده. مخصوصا درب ورودی از بازار تجریش خیلی فضای قشنگیه.

Imamzadeh Saleh

  • Address

    Tehran, District 1, Tajrish Square