The tomb of King Ismail I
The dome of the tomb of Shah Ismail is a small, narrow rectangular space that lies between empty tombs of Mohiuddin Muhammad and Sheikh Safiuddin Ardebili. Built on four three-cornered cross-arched phallops, the tomb is built by a master architect on a small rectangular space, with a prism built over it and a balanced statue. It became a burial place of Shah Ismail between 920 and 930 AH. Not only is it a unique architectural tomb, but also its mystical and artistic array, one of Iran’s most beautiful decorations; the gilded murals, various Quranic and hadith inscriptions and its wooden carving box are among the Safavid architectural works. Has.