Aramgah-i Bu 'Ali Sina
Hamadan, Iran

In 1036 the physician, mathematician and philosopher Ibn Sina (Avicenna) died on a journey from Isfahan to Hamadan, where he had earlier been a vizier. The extant monument was build in the 1950's, and includes a library and museum. The tower on the site is a modern interpretation Ziyarid tomb towers such as the Gunbad-i Qabus. The tomb of Qajar-era poet Abolghassem Aref is located in the courtyard.

Location
Hamadan, Iran
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Events
1952
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Variant Names
آرامگاه بو علی سینا
Original
Aramgah-i Bu 'Ali Sina
Transliterated
Aramgah-e Bu Ali Sina
Alternate transliteration
آرامگاه ابن سینا
Alternate
Aramgah-i Ibn Sina
Transliterated
Building Usages
mausoleum
funerary
symbolic structure
public monuments
museum
public/cultural