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Ibn-e Sina Tomb

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parto wrote a review Aug 2019
Tehran Province, Iran35 contributions19 helpful votes
I can say that you have to visit here as Ibn-e Sina is one of the famous persons in Persian history. its tomb its so beautiful and there exist a wide area around it that you can also visit the museum including all stuff and books relating to this person. there is also a library you can use. there is the tomb of one of this person's student there.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Mahta L wrote a review Aug 2019
Tehran, Iran90 contributions13 helpful votes
Ibn-e Sina Tomb is the grace of great Iranian philosopher and doctor : Avicenna. There is a museum down stairs. It’s located in a nice park. It’s one of Hamedan attraction.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Max N wrote a review Aug 2019
368 contributions92 helpful votes
You can't miss it as the monument is tall and modern. Nothing so special reflecting his greatness. I would recommend to read about this multi-skilled talented philosopher (yes, he was great in medicine too) before going to pay a visit there.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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amirhossein f wrote a review Jun 2019
Tehran, Iran861 contributions197 helpful votes
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Hamedan Province is one of the most beautiful and spectacular provinces in Iran, located on the west side. Due to the fact that it has been regarded as the capital and civilization of Iran in the past, it has been a collection of sights and valuable monuments.Many scholars and poets have lived in Iran who are proud of Iran and Iran; thanks to their appreciation and respect, their memories for each of these Iranian hangmen have been made of their tombstones and their personalities. Abu Ali Sina is a wise, philosopher, physician and great Iranian scientist who has given physicians in the western world. After he closed down to the world, he built a tomb in Hamadan that is one of the attractions of Hamedan tourism, and you can easily find it in Hamadan and visit it. The structure is considered as the symbol of the city and one of the hallmarks of Iran's history in the world of culture and science, the monument of this tomb is located in one of the main fields of Hamedan and is located in the center of this city. . The height of the pillars of the tomb of Abu Ali Sina in Hamadan is made of granite stone and its appearance gives a special glory in Hamadan. The earthquake in which the tomb of Abu Ali Sina was built in Hamadan is about 3090 square meters, and its main building is estimated to be about 1792 square meters. The name of this building was registered on May 21, 1997 with the registration number 1869 in the list of national works of Iran and is considered as one of the main attractions of Hamadan.Access to the tomb of Abu Ali Sina in Hamadan Address: Hamedan Province, Hamedan, Bou Ali Sina Square You can use public transport to access the Abu Ali Sinai tomb, the city's buses stop at Bou Ali Sinai, and you can get off at this station to visit these tourist attractions. Visit time: Every day from 08:30 to 17:00 (This place is not open on public holidays).
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Stuart P wrote a review May 2019
Plettenberg Bay, South Africa24 contributions4 helpful votes
A well layed out and informative memorial and historical documentary of this leader of traditional medicine. Very easy to navigate around the museum and lots of great info on methods and products of old. The view from the top of the monument is great too.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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