Ferdows Religious School

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The Religious School of Ferdows, belonged to Safavid Dynasty.
The Religious School of Ferdows, belonged to Safavid Dynasty.

Ferdows Religious School is a historic school with octagonal design, located in the southwest of Ferdows city, in the center of the ancient city of Toon, in South Khorasan province, Iran.[1]

This school was built in Safavi's period with the effort of Mir Ali Beyk.[1] It has a library, two porches in the east and west sides, a mosque, yard and some camarillas in its sides. This school also has four terraces which are located at the entrance axis in the south and north sides. The cover of library and mosque is dome shaped and the plot of the school is octagonal.

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  1. ^ a b "Ferdows Municipality Website" (in Persian). 

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Media related to Religious School, Ferdows at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 34°0′27″N 58°9′43″E / 34.00750°N 58.16194°E / 34.00750; 58.16194