Laodicea Temple is located in Nahavand County, Hamedan Province, Iran, but as a result of being forgotten, we don't know the exact location of it. According to discovered remained things from the central part of the county and Do-khaharan (two-sisters) Hill, there is a possibility that the temple is buried in this area.
There is an epigraph in the Imamzadeh which contain the date of construction and the name of the builder.
Historians believe that Halime Khatun is Musa ibn Ja'far al-Kadhim (also spelled and al-Kazim) daughter which has brought great attention to the religious people of Qazvin. Based on their belief she is Imam Reza’s sister, eighth Shia Imam, the only one who died while traveling through Iran and was buried in Mashhad. Her shrine was built of adobe in the Qajar era which ruined some decades ago and was rebuilt in 1998 to the current magnificent structure.
Imamzadeh Ali Ibn Jafar, which is known as Imamzadeh Ali, was built in Qazvin during the Safavid period and his lineage goes back to Imam Jafar Sadegh.
One of the phenomena that has played an important role in Islamic architecture from historical, artistic, religious and social aspects, and today, after the mosques, are the most abundant shrines and holy tombs. A phenomenon that has a long history in Iranian culture and is less common in the city of Iran that has no share in these buildings.
The Imamzadeh located in Barajin Village, in 8 kilometers of the north of Qazvin, and is famous by the same name. Imamzadeh can be a stunning destination for passengers because of its fantastic geographical location. In the spring, a cool breeze will blow and you'll revel in the fair weather.
Some locals believe that the towers are Imamzadeh (mausoleum) and they refer to them as “Qosha Imam” (two Imam). Others, on the other hand, believe that they belonged to Saljuq (Saljuk) Rulers. Even Muhammad I Tapar (In Turkish, Tapar means “he who obtains, finds”) son of Seljuq Sultan Malik Shah I, hold Kharraqan as his royal office.
Imamzadeh is located in Akhound District, near to the north of Sardar School and Mosque. The shrine will be stunning at night because of its light.
The monument plan is octagonal style inside and circular on the outside. Each of its eight sides has an arcade with an Iranian designed arch. The tomb is covered by interconnections between the eight arches and the dome ceiling are shaped like eight feather star.
Imamzade Hossein was Imam Reza’s (8th Imam) two-year-old son who passed away in 201 AH, as a result of disease while the two of them were traveling to Merv and was buried in the southern cemetery of Qazvin City. Since then, many pilgrims have visited there and became the eternal house of many martyrs, lecturers, and scientists of old times.
At the bottom of the stairs of the Bibi-shahrbano, the right side, there is a cave with a narrow entrance. People light candles inside the cave for their oblations.
This holy place is located on the west side of Qazvin's Chehelsotun Palace on Peyghambarieh Street. Also nearby there are works of art such as the Sa'ad al-Saltanah and the Masjed al-Nabi. The tomb of the four prophets is one of the monument that dates back to pre-Islamic times and even to Christianity. its religious value is very important, because of the burial of four Bani Israeli prophets called "Salam", "Salom", "Sahouli" and "Akhalia" .
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