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 monument currently standing, incorporating a library and museum, was erected in the 1950's on the site of an earlier tomb structure. The tomb of Qajar poet Abolghassem Aref is located in the courtyard.
Location
Hamadan, Iran
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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