To the top of the list of tourist destinations in Travel Iran, a city like Mashhad plays a role in mind. Mashhad has the title of the most touristy and most luxurious city in Iran tours. The reason is clear: there is the shrine of the eighth Imam in this city.

According to statistics, more than 30 million Iranians and 5 million foreign tourists, most of whom are Arab citizens, travel to Mashhad annually.

Shrine of Imam Reza (AS)

Mashhad has a large number of historical tourist attractions centers. Undoubtedly, the holy shrine of Imam Reza (AS) is the first and most important tourist attractions of Mashhad. In fact, the city of Mashhad has become today’s Mashhad due to the presence of the eighth Imam. To access the shrine of Imam Reza, you can access the shrine by bus and taxi, and subway.

In Travel to Iran religious cities are so bold and one of the Iran Religious attraction is The threshold of Masoumeh or the shrine of Masoumeh (SA)


In Travel to Iran, religious cities are so bold and one of the Iran Religious attraction is The threshold of Masoumeh or the shrine of Masoumeh (SA). Hazrat Fatemeh Masoumeh (S), in the year 201, one year after the arrival of Imam Reza (as) to Merv, decided to move Khorasan, and when he arrived at Saveh, he became ill. Moses bin Khazraj Ash’ari went to Saveh, Ash’ariyya resident of Qom, and brought him to Qom and dwelt in his own house. After a while, Hazrat Masoumeh (SA) died. Fatemeh Masoumeh’s body was buried in a place called the Babylonian Garden.


The first cube was built on his grave by Zaynab of Alevi women, and this building was found glorious during Safavid times. The first shrine is made by Shah Tahmasb I. Today, Masoumeh’s threshold has 2 courtyards: the old courtyard and the new courtyard.

To travel to Iran/Shiraz, you can visit the shrine of ShahCheragh


To travel Iran/Shiraz, you can visit the shrine of Shah Cheragh, the shrine of Ahmad, the son of Imam Musa Kazem (as), and the brother of Imam Reza (AS), known as the King of Lights, among the monuments such as Persepolis or the Tomb of Cyrus the Great.

There is no detailed information about his life, but some sources estimate his death in 203 Lunar. According to the accompanying book of Anwar al-Numananiyah, which was reported by Ali Abdullah al-Bin Zayed Bayahi, the revelation of Muhammad Ahmad ibn Musa in Shiraz occurred in the early fifth century, but more historians considered the time of the burial discoveries to be the seventh or eighth of the lunar calendar.

Mazar Ahmad ibn Musa in Shiraz, from the seventh century AH, has been one of the tourism attractions sites in Iran.

At, the beginning of the seventh century, after the discovery of Mufan Ahmad ibn Musa, Atabak Abu Bakr ibn Saad ibn Zangi, the warden of Fars, was built on top of it and gradually flourished.