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Tomb of Saadi

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driverguide-iran wrote a review Jan 2021
Shiraz, Iran5 contributions1 helpful vote
This photo took in Zinat-Al-Molk historicall house( or museum), in Shiraz. In the basement of this house you can see about 50 vax statue of fame and popular peploe of Fars and Shiraz, from 3.000 year ago to contemporary time. ( kings, poets, scientists, general, artists and ... ) It's interesting the similarity of my guest ( Elef frome Greece ) and Saadi's statue.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Roham wrote a review Mar 2020
Shiraz, Iran125 contributions44 helpful votes
Sa'adi tomb is extremely cozy area to visit an it's highly recommended. I like being there around April which is fullof stunning flowers...
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Date of experience: April 2018
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@ Mahmood wrote a review Feb 2020
Paris, France125 contributions73 helpful votes
Saadi is one of the most famous Persian poet and also writer in the sixth century in shiraz. His tomb which has been initially his home also; is located in north east of shiraz. The new tomb has been built during Pahlavi dynasties ( Reza Shah) in the third decade of twentieth century.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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derakagency wrote a review Jan 2020
Shiraz, Iran286 contributions25 helpful votes
Sadi is a great Persian poet and prose writer, and his octagonal mausoleum is located in a vast beautiful garden. you can see the verses of Sadi's poems on its wall. Dont forget to drop coin in pools and make wishes, it will be a pleasant experience. there is also an ice cream shop across the garden, it is suggested to try its delicious ice cream and Faloode Shirazi.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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DominicDeBurca wrote a review Jan 2020
Dunmore East, Ireland1,393 contributions373 helpful votes
Saadi, along with Hafez, are te two most revered poets in Iran so any tours of the city invariably include a stop at his the tomb of Saadi so people can pay their respects.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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