sacred mausoleumNehram Imamzadeh
The main building of this religious complex, which includes a mosque, ‘tekke’ (cells for pilgrims to reside) and several other constructions, is considered to be the Nehram Imamzadeh tomb. The mausoleum has a square shape at the bottom and its top is crowned with a vaulted dome, indicating that the building belongs to the 18th century.
Inside the tomb, there is a grave that is a significant pilgrimage site, not only for the local population but also for visitors from other regions and countries. According to a legend popular among local residents, the grave belongs to Seyid Agil, son of the seventh imam of the Shias, Museyi Kazim. Pilgrims from around the world visit this holy site every day, offering their vows and sacrifices.
On the walls inside the tomb, visitors are drawn to the various religious inscriptions, attributed to an artist named Mehdi.