Tomb of Haydar Amuli

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Tomb of Haydar Amuli
Native name
Persian: آرامگاه میر حیدر آملی
Tomb Mausoleum Mir sayyed Heydar Amuli (Seyyed 3 tan)fakhrul islam and rukn al din Amuli.JPG
Tomb of Haydar Amuli
TypeMausoleum - Tomb Tower
Location Amol, Iran
Built6th century AD

The Tomb of Haydar Amuli or Mir Heydar Amoli Tomb Tower and Monument Seyyed Se Tan is the burial place of Haydar Amuli, the Iranian Mystic and Philosopher. [1] The mausoleum is located in Amol, Iran. [2] Tomb production date, the primary structure was built 6th century AD. The Building brick and octagonal tower and pyramidal dome with height of 12 meters. [3] Two other erudite has been buried here, Izz al-Din Amuli founder mausoleum, himself was a mathematician. [4]


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