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It is the shrine of Imam Ali's sons. So it is highly respected and sacred in Iran. As holy as... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Bahar G
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Kashan, Iran
Visit here during Ashura

I was there during Ashura and Tasua. and that was great. of course there was a small place for... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2018
Sophia W
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“Beautiful”
4 Aug 2018
“Visit here during Ashura”
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Reviewed 3 days ago

It is the shrine of Imam Ali's sons. So it is highly respected and sacred in Iran. As holy as Masoomeh Shrine in Qom, it attracts Shiite muslims from all over Iran and muslim countries. It is worth the visit, especially on the way to...More

Thank Bahar G
Reviewed 5 August 2018

I was there during Ashura and Tasua. and that was great. of course there was a small place for women to watch the ceremony, but anyway I enjoyed it. it is not so far from Kashan. so you can manage it. it took me almost...More

Thank Sophia W
Reviewed 10 May 2018 via mobile

Very nice shrine... Its modern and still in use. At the entry put the cador on to respect the prayers.

Thank JD D
Reviewed 21 January 2018 via mobile

A good place to visit en route to the desert. Do observe modest clothing for ladies. You would need to put on a chador, but there are some available there for use.

Thank Ayrus0377
Reviewed 1 December 2017

Yes, it is 20 minutes out of town by taxi however it is well worth the effort....super friendly people out here [they see hardly any foreigners ] I got there just before dusk so i could view it in the day and then watch the...More

Thank Gtirman
Reviewed 7 May 2017

The shrine is a very impressive complex. The courtyard is expansive, and the vlue tiling is impressive. Entry is free, and women must wear a chador which they provided at the door also free of charge. It was quite quiet when we went, some men...More

Thank 1AlwaysOneTheRoad1
Reviewed 15 September 2016

We visited this shrine near Kashan in April 2016. The shrine is a little way out of the city of Kashan. The shrine of Imamzadeh Hilal Ibn Ali, son of Ali, son-in-law of prophet Muhammad (“Imamzadeh” means “son of the Imam”). The shrine is huge...More

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