Tomb of Baba Taher
Baba taher Tomb is related to the contemporary period and is located in Hamadan, Baba Taher Square, and this work was registered on May 21, 1997 with the number 1870 as one of the national works of Iran.
Baba taher, who lives in the late fourth and early fifth centuries, is one of the great poets and mystics of his time. He spent most of his life in poverty. He is one of the most famous couplet of Iranian musicians who is always alive and time could not forgot him for his lyrical dialect that has been written with the accent of Laki language.
The tomb of Baba Tahir is located on a cliff above northern Hamadan. Over the course of the ages, this building has witnessed numerous destruction and reconstruction. The tomb of Baba Taher dates back to the Seljuk period, and in the 6th century a brick octagonal tower was built on the grave of Baba Taher, which later became devastated by time. At the time of the first Pahlavi, the Hamadan municipality built a new building instead of the old building, which was mostly bricks. During the same rebuilding, a tile plate from the seventh century AH, which was already held at the Museum of Ancient Iran, was obtained. On this tile, the colors of the turquoise, Qur’anic verses written in the prominent Kufic line. The construction of a new building in the year 1344 carried out with the assistance of the National Society and the Municipality of Hamadan and by Mohsen Forooghi. Around the new building built a large green space.