Shah Nematollah Vali Shrine
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Shah Nematollah Vali mystic, Sufi, poet, and sage spend most of his life in central Asia completing his spiritual beliefs and finally settled down at Mahan, southeast of Kerman. His shrine built-in 1436, expanded during the different rulers and kings, and became a pilgrimage site for the local and foreign travelers.
The mausoleum of Shah Nematollah Vali has four beautiful minarets covered by stunning torques tiles and a spectacular dome with the same design and material. Two porticoes, four yards, and its Persian architecture make this mausoleum a popular tourist attraction in Kerman.
Mahan, Kerman, Iran
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