Historic Caspian monuments

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The historical monuments of the Caspian

Qazvin is located in the Qazvin province located in the northern side of Iran and is its largest city, and it has more than two thousand historical landmarks, and its population is 331,409 thousand people, according to the statistics of 2005, and its climate is cold and dry.

Mosques

  • The Ahmadiyya Mosque, which was established by Zainab Beykum, the daughter of the Shah, Tahmass Safavi.
  • The Great Mosque, which is one of the oldest mosques in Qazvin.
  • The Salihiya Mosque, which is characterized by its architectural windows, made of stained glass.
  • Al-Shah Mosque, which is one of the largest in Qazvin.
  • The Sukhoth mosque, Jenar, where David bin Suleiman was buried.
  • Al-Haidariya Mosque located in Al-Balaghi locality.
  • Mosque of the third martyr campus built in the sixth century AD.
  • The third martyr mosque, which was founded by the martyr Sheikh Muhammad Taqi Al-Barghani.
  • Mosque of Banja Ali, which was one of the mosques of women of the Safavid court.
  • Sanjidah Mosque, located in the district of Rah Rai.
  • Masoudia Mosque, which is called the Sheikh Islam Mosque.

Shrines

  • The kindergarten of the Shah Zadeh Hussain, where it is considered one of the most important historical sites in Qazvin, where the body of Hussein bin Ali bin Musa al-Rida was buried.
  • Rawdhat al-Imam Zadeh Ali, which is located in the locality of Nabah Raisah, was built during the era of Shah Hussein Safavi.
  • Kindergarten, Mrs. Amna Khatoun, is the daughter of Imam Musa Al-Kadhim, peace be upon him, which is located in the middle of Mahalla with his head, and is distinguished by its dome with conical shape.
  • Kindergarten, Imam Zadeh Qasem, located in the Tannor Sazan locality.
  • The Al-Shahid Al-Baraghani kindergarten, located on the northern side of the Shahzad Hussain and Buni kindergarten, in the Qajar era.
  • Kindergarten, Mrs. Halima Khatoun, located in the locality of Zarkarah as a face, was built in the Safavid period.
  • Rawdat Al-Sultan Al-Sayyid Muhammad, a descendant of Jaafar Al-Sadiq, peace be upon him, is located in the locality of Al-Akhoud, and is distinguished by its dome and courtyard decorated with Al-Qashani.
  • The Kindergarten of Imam Zadeh Ismail was built in the Safavid period and is characterized by its dome adorned with the Qashrani and its large nave.
  • The Pegumbra kindergarten, in which four of the prophets and messengers of the Children of Israel are buried, and the kindergarten is located in the center of the Caspian city on Pegumbria Street.
  • The Shahr Banu Kindergarten, located in the alley of Hamenabad, located in the southeast of the Caspian.

Schools

  • Khalifa Sultan School.
  • Aga School.
  • Al-Nawab School.
  • Mulla Wirdi Khan School.
  • Pigmaster School.
  • Sheikh Muhammad Taqi Al-Baraghani School.
  • Al-Haidariya School.
  • Dar Al-Shifa School.
  • Dismissive school.
  • Salhiya School.
  • Saudi School.
  • Al Akhund School.
  • Sarrad School.
  • The Ibrahimi School, which is called the New School.

Public libraries

Caspian has approximately twenty-five libraries, including:

  • The Ismaili Library.
  • His brush library.
  • Sheikh Al-Islam Library.
  • Agha Radhi Al Qazwini Library.
  • Al Ghazi Library.
  • Grammar Library.
  • Mir Muazi Library.
  • Library of Nowruz Ali Al-Qazwini.
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