Imamzadeh Seyed Morteza

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Imamzadeh Seyed Morteza
امام زاده سید مرتضی.jpg
Imamzadeh Seyed Morteza
AffiliationShia Islam
LocationIran Kashmar, Iran
StyleIslamic architecture، Qajar dynasty

Imamzadeh Seyed Morteza (Persian: امامزاده سید مرتضی‎) located in the city of Kashmar is the little son of Musa al-Kadhim and brother of Ali al-Ridha (as), known as Ibrahim Asghar and known as Agha Seyyed Morteza, who dates back to the year 1857. The Imamzadeh of Seyyed Murtada (a) is related to the Qajar period and is located on Mazar Kashmar Street and this work was registered on November 2, 1356 with the number 1488 as one of the National Works of Iran.[1] Today, this sacred hill with an approximate area of 1,800 square meters has a main building consisting of a tiled entrance with a double entrance on the Avivan side and a dome of turquoise painted on it. The current building was built in 1399 AH by Mr.   Badieh Khayr,  engineer Fath.[2][3]

See also[edit]

Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization of Iran


  1. ^ "Encyclopaedia of the Iranian Architectural History". Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization of Iran. 19 May 2011. Archived from the original on 31 July 2019.
  2. ^ ATT PIC_Imam Zadeh Seyyed Morteza
  3. ^ "ATT PIC_Imam Zadeh Seyyed Morteza". Retrieved 31 July 2019.