The exquisite brickwork reminds one of superb Seljuki craftsmanship.


The tomb is located on top of a hill adjacent to Damavand.

Shebeli Tower is a historical tower in Damavand, in Tehran Province of Iran.

Standing approximately 33 ft tall, the structure is a roofed octagon tomb of Sheikh Shebeli, a Sufi mystic. A sardāb (basement) also exists under the structure.

The structure is a remnant of the Samanid era, making it from the 12th century, at the latest, and is similar in design to extant structures in Bukhara.

The structure recently underwent some preservations.

See also


fa:برج شیخ شبلی

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