This Imamzadeh is in the village of Hamzeqan (Tafresh). This structure comprises of a mausoleum, dome, three porches, four chambers and a courtyard. The structure is square in shape and four areas have been improvised for the elite, two of which are located to the east and west. The dome resembles a helmet and is adorned with tile work affixed in the year 1346 AH.
The sepulchre is archaic, wooden and of lattice work, amidst which two historic and carved chests are present. There are two ancient carved doors to the eastern and western porches engraved with sacred verses. The entrance door is also a wooden and carved relic with beautiful geometrical and floral designs as well as sacred names. The main structure is relevant to the 9th or 10th centuries AH., but its annexations are of the Qajar period.
Tafresh is located in an arduous mountainous region. Its climate is mountainous and moderate. In the past Tafresh was called "Tabress" or "Gabresh", and later on it became Tafresh. It is 282 km. from Tehran. This township is an ancient one. Farahan is one of its districts. ...
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