Saadi Statue

Saadi Statue, Shiraz: Tickets, Tours, Hours, Address, Saadi Statue Reviews: 3.5/5

Saadi Statue
3.5
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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3.5
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iranwelcomesyou
Shiraz, Iran52 contributions
just see this nice statue in the way to tomb of Saadi
Apr 2019
while making your way to tomb of Saadi you can see his statue at the center of square. it is good to see his statue in the street. Not a place to visit of course. Saadi was a great man in Iran history, the well-known poet, philosopher & writer. master of speech with 2 valuable books. he deserve this statue which revive his name.
Written September 8, 2019
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Armin H
Shiraz, Iran248 contributions
Not necessary
Nov 2018 • Couples
Nothing necessary.dont waste you time just for a single statue.Go and visit saadi tomb and enjoy that
Written November 30, 2018
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amirhossein f
Tehran, Iran860 contributions
current location in "pir nia" sq.
Dec 2017 • Family
The text of the wisdom of witchcraft in the opening of the statue of Saadi in Shiraz was as follows:
"In the auspiciousness of the day, when the world is occupied by the Persian Gulf, the desert and the Beaujolais Garden, the most deserving name to be called is" Sa'di's Day ", because today, people interested in science and literature in the historical city Shiraz, and the tomb of the greatest and most talented speakers of the ancient lands of Iran, Afsah al-Metkolimin, Sa'di Shirazi ... is being opened. On the occasion of this blessed day, the first statue of this famous speech is being unveiled. The statue of the great poet of Iran, donated by the National Monument to the city of Haphparvar and the philanthropist of Shiraz, is now the lovers and students of the school, the great master They have stayed up for the rest of the day.This beautiful thunder is drawn from the image of Saadi by the name of Honar Namī Abolhassan Seddiqi, and has been approved by the Association of National Works as Sa'di's face. The same master of shaved marble and three meters and one tenth, its height, it spent a year and a half to prepare it and last year was carried to Shiraz, and now for one year, waiting for such a day in a covert camouflage cover that Most glorified, today, the cover of the faces of this masterpiece of art and art is cleared up, and the eyes of the waiters are to see this incarnate parable, it is clear, at the choice of this point (the gate of Isfahan, where the first Saadi prototype was there and then moved to the current location in "pir nia" sq.
Written December 5, 2017
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Robert O
Rotterdam, The Netherlands2,767 contributions
Saadi deserved this statue
Jan 2017 • Solo
In the modern part of town an unassuming statue of Saadi, the famous 13th century poet born in Shiraz. Saadi was a great traveler and liked to mix with all kinds of people. Once he was captured by the Crusaders and spent seven years digging trenches for them. Besides writing poetry Saadi promoted an agenda of social justice.

Obama quoted Saadi in his address to the Iranian people in 2009: 'The children of Adam are limbs to each other, having been created of one essence.'
Written November 15, 2017
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Negar I
Iran5 contributions
Beautiful to visit in Spring
Aug 2016
Under Karimkhan-e Zand, the 18th century ruler of Shiraz, the present Saadi’s mausoleum was built to further honor Saadi. It’s in form of a multi-sided building with a cupola on top. From outside it may look like a square structure due to its flat facade decorated with Shirazi tiles depicting tree of life in various colors. Inside, you can see the 8 corners of the building and large lamp hanging from the ceiling. His grave is beautifully carved in Persian.
Of one Essence is the human race,
Thusly has Creation put the Base;
One Limb impacted is sufficient,
For all Others to feel the Mace.
Written July 22, 2017
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Javad Abbasi
Shiraz, Iran392 contributions
In the route of Saadie
Jun 2017
This statue is in the street that get to Saadi tomb. Not a place to visit of course, Just see it in street
Written June 2, 2017
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Shiraz With Pouria
Shiraz, Iran55 contributions
Just a statue!
Feb 2017 • Family
Its just a statue of Saadi in center of Golestan Square.
Its free to see it but don't waste your time to visit here.
Written May 1, 2017
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