Mashad Cemeteries:

Ghods Shrine
Imam Reza,
the eighth Imam in Shiah Dinasty was poisoned and buried in Tus in 8th Century AD, now Mashad ( place of martyrdom).  During time, pilgrims and rulers of region built shrines around Imam Reza Mausoleum, and buried their love ones around it.  Ghods is one of the most recent underground burials built in late 1980s.  Every  marble square in these pictures are one single tomb stone.  Above this basement is a court-yard built in memory of Jerusalem, Al-Aghsa Mosque.
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Revolution martyrs Mausoleum

JomShrine1-Moini.jpg (34228 bytes)Jomhouri Shrine
Is another shrine built after Islamic revolution called Islamic Republic Shrine.  It is also one level underground and connects Ghods Shrine to Holly Imam Reza Mausoleum.  More than 20 millions visitors go to Mashad and pay respect to Imam Reza Mausoleum.
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Rabi4.jpg (44720 bytes)Khaje Rabi Mausoleum
He was Imam Reza's teacher and this mausoleum is located north-east of Mashad.  Around the main mausoleum are private columbarium and crypts.
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