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This is a monument in the surroundings of Isfahan. It's a tomb and nothing special to note unless the particularity that if one of the two minarets is shaken, the other one will shake as well. Our guide asked someone to make that experience for...More
It's a mysterious building, tumb of a holy man called "Amu Abdullah Kaladani".this tumb has been built about 400 years ago.
The special feature of it -shaking one minaret causes other minaret to shake and then shaking the whole building- is amazing. It shows the...More