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This is the best shrine if you want to go inside and take pictures, it is located near to Hafez tomb.. about 15 min by walk.
You can visit it in the day or night. At night it is more beautiful because of the lights.....More
Nearby, down from the 18th-century bridge, is situated the Ali Ibn Hamzeh Holly Shrine, constructed perhaps in pre-Seljuk times to honour a relative of the fourth Imam. Its two minarets, exterior dome, entrance vestibule and courtyard rooms, however, date from the late 18th and 19th...More
Ali Ibn Hamzeh Holly Shrine is almost the only historical and religious shrines that non-Muslims are allowed to get in. The most breathtaking point in this shrine is the walls and the roof which are skillfully adorned with mirrors.
You can also have the chance...More
This holy shrine is a peaceful and quite place; Colorful windows, beautiful architecture, good location make these place a worth visit place in Shiraz. After Shah Cheraq Shrine this place is the most important shrine in Fars province. For women Chador is available at the...More
Upon arrival we knew we were very blessed to visit one of the finest shrines in the world. The architectural design of this shrine is magnificently beautiful with colourful dome. We were very thrilled to the warm welcome of the imam , treated us with...More
The holy shrine is free for visiting. The only thing is to cover the head with chador for women. The shrine is covered with the pieces of broken mirrow inside. Some people sit in the yard and drink tea.
We only passed by this sight on the way to Hafez garden and were more than impressed. First of all, it’s free and they have a very nice tourist information that will even greet you with tea while happily explaining the story behind the shrine....More