The Alavian dome is located near Imamzadeh Abdullah Square of Hamedan. This work is one of the masterpieces of architecture and stucco after Islam in Hamedan, and registered on the National List of Numbers 94 on December 15, 1310.
According to the technical identification of the building, this dome is one of the late Seljuq period monuments in the 6th century AH which Alavian dynasty was originally constructed as a mosque. In the following years, by built a cellar in the basement, it become the tomb of that family.
Hamedan Museum of Natural History
The Museum of Natural History of Hamedan is a unique collection of species of animal, plant, and natural species of the climate of Iran and all around the globe. Along with this spectacular collection, which is now considered one of the most expensive national capital place for scholarly and research studies, Thousands of live, fossil, and Taxidermy of mammals, bird, and reptile, insect and aquatic species kept in modern and scientific ways.
The museum is now equipped in several well-equipped hall about 2,000 square feet of space, suitable for study, lecture hall and specialized library at the University of Agriculture, Bou Ali Sina. Around 300 wildlife lovers, researchers and people from all over Iran visit the Natural History Museum of Hamedan.
Professor Jafar Mohammad Alizadeh has designed this museum and all samples gathered with the help of their interest and students.