It is related to the Safavid period, is located in the Qazvin at the west of the of the 40-sutun building, and dates back to the Safavid era which rebuilt and completed in the next period and there is a description above the entrance that mention 1332 as a completion of the building.
This place is considered to be the tomb of four of the Prophets of Israel called Sauwli, Salam, Alqia and Selom, and is also known as the “Four Prophets”.
It is said that they were prophets who brought the Good News of Christ birth from Jerusalem to the east. According to the evidences of the Safavid that at the end of the 11th century AH it was a shrine respected and dedicated gardens to it. This work registered on November 27, 1996 with the registration number 1774 as one of the national works of Iran.