This tall and domed structure is located on the fringes of the eastern sector of Chabahar. The construction is related to the Teimoorid period. The Imamzadeh is to the western side of the courtyard and has been built on a platform. Its entrance is also on this side and has plaster adornments on the walls and arched ceilings. Its architectural effects show that the structure dates to the Teimoorid and Saljuqi eras, though the wall paintings are of the Safavid period.
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