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Dome God God

Dome God God
Dome God God

The Dome God God, which is located on the top of the tomb of Sheikh Safi, who is in fact the central core of the collection, was made by Sadr al-Din Musa. The exterior of the tower is a cylindrical brick with a height of 5/17 or 18 meters, and a 22-meter-long environment that is located on an octagonal stone line and ends with a low-rise dome and a Chinese sweat top. On the body of the tower with a crimson tile, the color of the word of glorification of God is repeated, and therefore it is called the Dome God God. Stem decorations and the dome itself are also executed with the same cypress tile in bricks and in the form of repeated rhombuses. It is lost, but the tiled frame is still visible from the outside; the southern view, which is known as the former Qapuji, is crowned to the courtyard, was once the main entrance of the tomb, which was abandoned after the construction of the Qandil of the house during the time of Shah Tahmasb . Nafisey covered in the past has been jewelry.

The shrine of Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardebili is a monument of the Safavid era, located in the high square of the city of Ardabil. The magnificent Qapu Field is one of the most important cities in the city that has an outstanding architecture. In this beautiful complex there is not only the shrine of Sheikh Safi al-Din, but several tomb of the Safavid kings and the elders of that period. Chinese home, entrance, hallway center, Janet Serra, large yard, dog house, Shrine House, exterior Kandil House, Shhydgah, the tomb of Shah Ismail and the Dome God God, the parts that comprise this collection is that each of them has unique qualities that .

The Dome God God is at the top of the tomb of Sheikh Safi al-Din and is the central core of the collection. This dome was built by Sadr al-Din Musa. The cylindrical brick with a height of 5, 17, or 18 meters and a 22-meter-long, 22-meter-long, medium-sized, octagonal rocky basement, ends with a dense and dense dome above the tower. By the tile of purple color, the word Jalalullah has been repeated on the body of the tower, which is why they named the dome as Allah. The stem and the dome itself are decorated with the same tile of turquoise painted in a brick text and in the form of repeated rhubarbs.

The scriptures of the Qur’anic verses are displayed on the third line with a white mosaic tile in the waistline, at the junction of the tower with the stem of the dome. There are two entrance facades in the north and south of this tower:

The north facade is largely lost by the construction of the Qandil home and the connection with it, but the tiled frame around it is still visible from the outside.

The southern view, also known as the Qapuqi Qibla and opposite the monument shelter, was once considered to be the main entrance of the tomb, which was abandoned after the construction of Qandil in the time of Shah Tahmasb.

It is likely that the tomb tower of Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardebili, like the tomb towers of the eighth and ninth centuries, is without a dome or has a cone-shaped dome that has been transformed into a current dome during Safavid times. Sheikh Safi al-Din grave is enclosed in an octagonal area of ​​the tomb with a wooden box, embossed and precious, which has been adorned with jewelry in the past. The inscription is written in a third line on the margin above its lateral surfaces, containing phrases such as the name of the owner of the tomb. There are tablets of silver on the northern front of the body of the fund, in which the name “al-Abdul Mousavi al-Safi”, which causes the tomb, is written in phrases.

All walls inside the tomb to the point of their intersection with the dome are plastered and curtains made of beads with slavic and flower designs painted in the Safavid era and nailed to the walls. A large decorative bergamot, painted with gluten, is located below the dome and is in harmony with the walls of the walls. It seems like a golden silver pendant has been installed on the ceiling of the tomb, which is nowhere to be seen. It is built up to a height of 2. 54 meters from the tomb with the board and since the time of making this information cover is not available, but it is possible that it is possible to repair and repair Qajar time. In the northern and southern part of the tomb there are two in silver with religious inscriptions.

The tomb of Shaykh Haydar (the father of Shah Isma’il I) is located in the south of the Sheikh’s grave with a trunk of wood and carved in the south, and two graves were built on the tomb and the northern front of the Sheikh’s grave. The grave near the north, belonging to Sheikh Ibrahim, is known as Sheikh Shah, the descendant of Sheikh, and the tomb of the Sheikh belonging to Sadr al-Din Musa is his son and his successor.

Dome God God in Ardabil
Dome God God in Ardabil

On the upper margin of its lateral surfaces, the articulate engraving is engraved on the third line, which contains phrases, including the name of the owner of the tomb. On the northern front of the body of the fund there is also a plate of silver in which the name of the mosque, al-Abdul Mousavi al-Safi, has been mentioned in the phrases. The walls in the tomb to the point where they are connected to the dome are all plastered and there are curtains of Slavic and flower designs are painted in the style of Safavid paintings and nailed to the walls. Underneath the dome is a large decorated bergamot of colored gilding that is matched with designs on the wall of the house. It seems that Qandil has been installed on the roof of a tomb with a value of gold and silver, which is currently unavailable. The sailor of the tomb up to a height of 54 m 2 is currently planted and it is unclear when the cover was made, but apparently from the Qajar period. The two are in silver with religious inscriptions north and south of the shrine. In the south of the tomb of Sheikh, the tomb of Sheikh Heydar (the father of Shah Isma’il I) is located with a wooden chest of wood, and two graves are located in the tomb and the northern section of the Sheikh grave. The grave that is closer to the north is the grave of Sheikh Ibrahim, known as Sheikh Shah, the Sheikh’s tomb and the tomb of the Sheikh’s tomb, from which Sadr al-Din Musa is his son and son. Gonbad Allah Allah is visited annually by many domestic tourists and even foreign tourists. .
History

Dome of Allah Allah Ardabil is one of the tourist destinations in the city of Ardabil.
best time

Due to non-winter season closure, the rest is suitable for traveling to Allah’s Dome.
where is it
Ardebil, the dome of Allah
How to go
By car: From Tehran you drive about 536 km from Tehran and by car, passing through the cities of Karaj, Qazvin, Zanjan, and on the way to Ardebil, and from there you can arrive at the Dome of Allah Al-Ardabil.

Public Transportation: Buses from Tehran’s terminals go to Ankhkan every day. Also the nearest airport to Khalkhal is Ardabil Airport, which is available to you through Ardebil flights in Tehran. From Ardebil, you have to rent a car to go to Dome of Allah, Ardabil.
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