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Date : 2019 Wednesday 27 Mar     |     Code : 262

Maqbaratoshoara



Tabriz, the heart of Azerbaijan, the head ,the symbol and the economy hub of Iran and the main connection path between two important continents, Asia and Europe, the capital of Islamic countries , the GLORIOUS land .
On the occasion of arrival of Nowruz (Iranian New Year) and its coincidence with spring nature, you are all invited to visit Tabriz, the city of Firsts and Pioneers and get familiar with its outstanding cultural, historical, tourism and natural attractions of Tabriz. Let’s take a walk in Magbarato-sh Sho’ara( Mausoleum of poets).
Maqbaratoshoara or the Mausoleum of Poets, the cemetery of mystics and poets, is located in Sorkhab district of Tabriz in East Azarbaijan province
According to the experts, Maqbaratoshoara is more than a cemetery and can be considered a literary complex. In the past it has also been known as Haziratoshoara, Haziratolghozat and Sorkhab Cemetery.
The precise date of its establishment is not known. The mausoleum was first mentioned by Hamdollah Mostowfi in his Nozhat ol-Gholoub.
Some 400 poets, mystics and luminaries of Iran and the region have been laid to rest there.
The first poet buried in this complex was Asadi Tousi.



Other famous Persian poets buried there include Anvari Abivardi, Zahireddin Faryabi, Falaki Shirvani, Shams al-Din Sajasi, Mojiroddin Balaghani, Homam Tabrizi, Khaghani, Qatran Tabrizi, Mani Shirazi, Lesani Shirazi, Shakibi Tabrizi, Maghrebi Tabrizi and Shapour Neyshapouri.
Shahriar was the last poet to have been laid to rest in Maqbaratoshoara and the only one who worked both in Persian and Azerbaijani. The death and subsequent burial of Shahriar enhanced the profile of Maqbaratoshoara and made it a must-see tourist attraction of Tabriz.
The mausoleum of Shahriar is located in the middle of the complex at a height of 30 meters.
Tabriz Municipality currently manages the mausoleum
Maqbaratto-sh Sho’ara has been registered in the list of Iran’s national relics.


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