Iran Tourism Attraction/Razavi Khorasan Province

Mausoleum of Attar Neyshaburi
Mausoleum of Attar Neyshaburi
Abū Ḥamīd bin Abū Bakr Ibr?hīm , better known by his pen-names Farīd ud-Dīn and Attar of Nishapur , was the great poet and Gnostic of Iran .
The tomb of this famous poet is located 6 km , west of Nishapur , near Imamzadeh Mahrooq and the tomb of Omar Khayyam . This structure is octagonal in shape with a tile worked onion shaped dome .
It has 4 entrances , the northern one is the main entrance . This historical structure has been tastefully adorned with colored (green , yellow and blue) tiles and carvings . The interior site is covered by plaster and has four seats .The Mausoleum is located in a garden covering an area of about 119 sq. m . The grave of the well known painter Kamal-ol-molk is also situated in a part of this garden .
Imam Reza shrine
Imam Reza shrine
The Imam Reza Shrine in Mashhad , Iran is a complex which contains the mausoleum of Imam Reza , the eighth Imam of Twelver Shiites . It is the largest mosque in the world by dimension and the second largest by capacity . Also contained within the complex are the Goharshad Mosque , a museum , a library , four seminaries , a cemetery , the Razavi University of Islamic Sciences , a dining hall for pilgrims , vast prayer halls , and other buildings .
The complex is one of the tourism centers in Iran . The shrine itself covers an area of 267,079m2 while the seven courtyards which surround it cover an area of 331,578m2 - totaling 598,657 m2 (6,443,890 sq ft) .
Every year the ceremony of Dust Clearing is celebrated in the Imam Reza shrine .
Tandooreh National Park
Tandooreh National Park
Tandooreh is a national park located in the north east of Iran , near the city of Dargaz and the Turkmenistan border .
Tomb of Ferdowsi
Tomb of Ferdowsi
Tomb of Ferdowsi or mausoleum of Ferdowsi is a tomb complex composed of a white marble base , and a decorative edifice erected in honor of this Persian poet located in Tus , Iran , in Razavi Khorasan province . It was built in the early 1930s , under the Reza Shah , and uses mainly elements of Achaemenid architecture . The construction of the mausoleum as well as its aesthetic design is a reflection of the cultural , and geo-political status of Iran at the time . This article delves into the architecture of the tomb and its influences .
Shadiyakh
Shadiyakh
Shadiyakh or Shadyakh was one of the main Palaces , Gardens and Great Neighborhoods of old Nishapur that was established by Abdullah ibn Tahir al-Khurasani in the 9th century AD , becoming more important and populated after that . Some notable people like Attar lived there . Attar's tomb is now in that area . This palace was perhaps completely ruined in 13th century AD .
Now Shadyakh Is a national Iranian monument , with a registration number of 10910 .
Excavations began in 2000 there and continued for around 2 years : buildings (possibly a palace) , skeleton , equipments and other items were found there .