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The founder of this structure and garden was the late Adl-ol-Sultan, belongs to recent centuries. The premises has historical value in that Reza Khan stopped there for a while, during his last journey on the way to exile.


The city of Bam and its historical citadel, which has been registered by UNESCO as a global heritage; is the largest global historical monument, made of sun-dried mud bricks. The city of Bam is situated east of Kerman Province. This city maintains a warm climate in its plains and a moderate climate in its mountainous regions. it is situated 200 kilometers away from the city of Kerman and its altitude is 1076 meters above the sea level. This city is located in a wide plain, engulfed by Kaboudi and Baarez Mountains. Despite the low rate of rainfall in this city which totals 60 millimeters per annum; it has amply underground water sources due to high rate of rainfall in the mountainous regions surrounding this city.



This structure dates back to the 7th century AH, and is a remnant of the Qara Khta’iyan school and tomb in Kerman. At present only the entrance of the school remains, and the ceiling of the porch has seen damages in an earthquake, but was later on repaired. The most beautiful portion of the porch is its arched tile work, along with its columns on the two sides.

Khajeh Atabak Mausoleum is located in the south east of the vicinity of the bazaar mosque. The structure is a remnant of the Saljuqi period in the 6th century AH. This structure has been adorned with plaster and brick works, both internally and externally. Its interesting features are the kufic and thulth scripts. The ceiling of this mausoleum had caved in, but was repaired by the Cultural Heritage Organization, and the structure is on historical record.



This castle has been built of reddish marble and is located on an elevation, east to the city of Jiroft. The upper walls are approximately 1,000 sq. m. and are made of rocks and natural precipices. In parts where the enemy could have launched an attack, there are high walls with two entrances in the northern and southern sides with twelve watch towers. To an elevation of 200 m. above the castle is another stony rampart and this surrounds the castle itself. Within these walls was an area for the horses, and a relatively deep well still holds good after the passing of centuries. Its mode of construction is really marvelous.
There are also two pools in this castle which collect the rain water. The brick walls of these pools have been delicately covered with a mixture of sand and limestone. This structure is related to the pre-Islamic times, but has been repaired in the early Islamic era. During the Saljuqi period, this castle was a reputed one.

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