Ibn-e Sina Tomb
Ibn-e Sina Tomb
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Aliyeh Jafari
Shiraz, Iran142 contributions
May 2022
It was my second visit to Ibn e Sina's tomb; I like this place so much. the architecture is impressive and unique. The museum is also excellent because it shows different herbs with their medical information.
I liked the carpets at the museum, which are good examples of Persian art and the Persian rug.
Written June 9, 2022
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Ershad A
626 contributions
Apr 2016 • Family
I offer you visit here and take a time and know more about BuALi. the doctor and philosophy and sentience ..........
Written July 10, 2016
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Atefehdanesh
Tehran, Iran366 contributions
Ibnesina or Avicenna was a great Iranian scientist and physician. It is worth to see his tomb and museum. Although some of the objects in his museum was inappropriate to him but there was alot of herbal medications which he used to treat his patients with. His tomb was beautiful and we had a great time there.
Written March 2, 2014
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behnam a
semnan81 contributions
Apr 2016 • Family
A beautiful place with nice view. Dr Abou ail sina one of famous Dr in the world many years ago.Dont loss buy his book ghanoon.
Written May 18, 2016
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amir_atp
Madison, MS275 contributions
Jun 2015 • Friends
This place designed by one of the famous architect of Iran Hoshang Seyhoon. Located in a middle of a traffic circle has a great tall tower landscape and a beautiful indoor space. I recommend it to Hamedan visitors.
Written May 6, 2016
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Chris P
2 contributions
Dec 2015 • Solo
As a foreigner I paid 200,000 IRR to visit the mausoleum. There is little historical significance to the building itself, and the few exhibits include dried medicinal herbs that Avicenna used, an assortment of glass bottles that were used to hold medicines from different eras.

You can cover the entire building in 10 minutes.

As others have said, I would recommend you read about the man himself rather than visit this place. If you do visit, make sure you visit the rooftop of the mausoleum for a nice view from the square though.

Also, there is a nearby cafe which was really nice to shelter in from the cold called Mettso cafe.
Written December 25, 2015
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Dirk W
Alexandra Headland, Australia5,110 contributions
Nov 2015 • Friends
Unless you have a keen interest in medical history, this monument has little to offer. Avicenna was a man of great significance as a writer of philosophy and medicine, but this monument does not do him justice. Read a book on him instead.
Written December 18, 2015
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amirhossein f
Tehran, Iran860 contributions
Jun 2019 • Family
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).
Written June 1, 2019
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Mike121170
Steingaden, Germany35 contributions
Apr 2019
We have visited the tomb and museum. Take an hours to sneak around and through the achievements of the great researcher, who has laid the foundation stones for modern medicine in the 13th century!

Take a smart phone with data roaming, if possible, and install a QR reader, since some of the English explanations can be viewed only after scanning a QR code in ones cell.

Very interesting!
Written April 21, 2019
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Nikan Nazari
Tehran, Iran50 contributions
Mar 2019 • Family
Avicenna was a Persian polymath who is regarded as one of the most significant physicians, astronomers, thinkers and writers of the Islamic Golden Age. He has been described as the father of early modern medicine.
Written March 31, 2019
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