Aramgah-i Baba Tahir 'Uryan
Hamadan, Iran
The tomb on the north side of Hamadan marks the burial site of eleventh century poet and mystic Baba Tahir 'Uryan. The tomb has changed forms several times in its history. An octagonal pavilion made of brick constructed in the early 20th/ 14th c. Solar Hijri was replaced by the current modern tower in 1967-1970/1346-1349 Solar Hijri.

Sources:

IranShahrPedia: Encyclopedia of Iranian Architectural History entry: http://iranshahrpedia.com/view/17119. Archived site (July 5, 2019): http://archive.is/V3M6f

Registration number in Fihrist-i Asar-i Milli-i Iran: 1870. Registered 21/2/1376 (Solar Hijri)

:منابع فارسى

دانشنامۀ تاریخ معماری و شهرسازی ایران‌شهر

شمارهٔ ثبت در فهرست آثار ملى ايران:۱۸۷۰. تاريخ ثبت: ۱۳۷۶/۰۲/۲۱

Record updates:

  • July 5, 2019 (AKDC Staff): Edited data (more closely specified date based on new research; added new associated names); Edited description; Edited sources (added references).


Location
Hamadan, Iran
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Associated Names
Events
new structure built in 1967-1970/1346-1349 Solar Hijri [Iranshahrpedia]
Style Periods
Variant Names
آرامگاه بابا طاهر عریان
Original
Aramgah-i Baba Tahir 'Uryan
Transliterated
Aramgah-e Baba Taher Oryan
Alternate transliteration
گنبد بابا طاهر
Alternate
Gunbad-i Baba Tahir
Transliterated
Building Usages
mausoleum
funerary