This mausoleum bears historical and religious value and was constructed in the Saljuqi era. The same belongs to Soltan Ali Ebne Imam Mohammad Baqer (PBUH). This aggregate consists of the mausoleum, sepulchre, dome, minarets and three courtyards. The southern courtyard (Safa) has several chambers and small porches. Whereas, the others are known as the Qomi and Sardari courtyards. Within the mausoleum and the Safa porch are plaster epigraphs in the ‘Nastaliq’ script and beautiful paintings. Its golden colored dome is of the Saljuqi and Safavid periods, and is covered with beautifully colored tiles. To the south of the mausoleum is a historical bath a relic of the Safavid era.

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