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Granite Ibn Sina

Ibn Sina, the most famous physician from east to the west, sleeps there. The Mausoleum built with... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2018
Mehrdad Y
via mobile
Descent and informative tomb

A very informative museum with some works of the famous Avicenna being displayed. The tomb is also... read more

Reviewed 23 June 2018
Iko O
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Boo Ali Sq, Hamadan 65156, Iran
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I have traveled many times to Hamadan. But one of the places that I am going to see every time I'm there, is Ibn-e Sina Tomb. Recommended place, and have many things for me to learn.

Thank behzad257
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

"Ibn Sina"  Or "Abu Ali Sina" He was a wise man and physician and great philosopher over the centuries who discovered for the first time an ever greater number of medical and therapeutic issues and the world's medical foundation based on his works. For more...More

Thank IranDriverGuide S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Avicena ir ibne Sina, is one of the greatest scientists whose discoveries in medicine is still practical. As a way to respect his soul, I visited his tomb and I strongly recommend it.

Thank Hananeh H
Reviewed 12 July 2018 via mobile

Ibn Sina, the most famous physician from east to the west, sleeps there. The Mausoleum built with granite stone, which find a lot in around of Hamedan. Mausoleum architect is Hushang Seyhon. In the garden, you’ll see a pond and opposite of that there is...More

Thank Mehrdad Y
Reviewed 25 June 2018 via mobile

The maosoleum itself is rebuilt 1952, the old one was just a simple old building which if you ask me looked better. The Maousoleum is built in the middle of one of the most crawded and heavily trafficed squares/roundabouts. Its a shame that the peace...More

1  Thank Majid J
Reviewed 23 June 2018 via mobile

A very informative museum with some works of the famous Avicenna being displayed. The tomb is also well maintained with possibility to sit when we pay homage to the late Father of the Medical World. For great pictures, visit during late afternoon or early morning...More

1  Thank Iko O
Reviewed 23 June 2018

Ibn-e Sina was a distinguished scientist whose fame and science was once an ultimate through out Middle east. his tomb,a stunning structure, is located at the end of one of the six old streets, all of which reach to Imam square. The square's distinctive circular...More

1  Thank Kalouttour
Reviewed 5 June 2018 via mobile

There is no name more knotted with Hamdan city than the name of Hakim Ibn-e Sina the great physician. Ibn-e Sina tomb is located at the city centre of Hamdan, which is a great place to spend the evening.

1  Thank matTn_mk
Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile

Cheap ticket ، The existence of a tomb and museum under the main building ، We traveled to Nowruz in Iran

1  Thank reza p
Reviewed 13 March 2018

The architecture of Ibn-e Sina Tomb when visiting Iran and have the plan to go to Hamadan you can visit there and spend some time

1  Thank IranNeginTravel
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