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All reviews domed ceiling non muslims tea and biscuits courtyard garden warm hospitality entire wall female visitors free entrance men and women take pictures beautiful architecture holy place fars province nice place mirror interior cloak
This is one of the most amazing holly shrine in town with great mirror work inside and awesome inner courtyard it’s small but wonderful and locals really believe in it’s holiness and they adore the spirit of the place
If you havent been all mosqued out by now this will keep you busy. This is free to enter and is open dawn to dusk. The green and white mirrors inside are stunning. At sunset the dome reflects a nice glow. Shrine is also nice...More
as I know this place is the oldest holly shrine in Shiraz. even older than Shah-cheragh. the mirror works in the building was perfect art. can not be missed.
also it is a calm sacred place not like other crowded and noisy shrines.
We almost didn't enter this shrine, but so glad we did. Not only was it free, but we were also warmly welcomed and assisted by a tour guide that works there. I have never been so bedazzled by the tiny pieces of mirror work all...More
Women do need to wear a chador and will get a pat down when they enter through their separate entrance.
We found it interesting looking at a new shrine after seeing all of the old historic sites in other cities. It was awesome.
This place consist of beautifull yard and building,
In the yard some old and big cedar and iranian blue pool
Inside the tomb realy peaceful and shining space because of broken mirrore covere every where same as shining sky
I enjoyed the visit to the shrine.
Allowed for non muslims but you will get a chador at the entrance.
When you enter, you will be blinded by all the little mirrors, it's very impressive.
Picture taking is fine.
Ali Ebne Hamze Shrine, a less visited shrine as compared to Shah Cheragh, but just as beautiful, albeit on a smaller scale. Female visitors are required to wear the chador (provided at the door) as per the holier places.
Very welcoming of us tourists here. There were some locals who were at this shrine and they smiled and acknowledged us. Only small yet a large impact and very beautiful. Well worth a visit. There are guides who will explain the importance of this shrine...More