The city of Khorasan Razavi province, and the center of Neishabur city is the second largest city of Khorasan provinces after Mashhad. Located on the slopes of the Binalud Highlands in the northeast of Iran, it is one of the most important historical, tourist, and industrial centers for the country and region. It is a symbol of Iranian history and culture. The historical site of Neishabur in Khorasan has been replaced by a step-by-step process since the Safavid period was the ruller in Mashhad. The flourishing and progressive development of Neishabur and its area (Neyashabur quarter), the Middle Ages until the reign of Kharazm Shahian, is considered as a cultural capital for Iran in this period. Neyshabour has become a cultural city attracting many lovers, despite the shrines of famous poets such as Khayyam and Attar. The city was introduced by the cultural heritage as a tourism destination in Iran. Get to know the most beautiful Neyshabur attractions with Kajar. The city of Neyshabur has many attractions that can make traveling to this city pleasant for tourists. Since the introduction of all the beauties and places of tourism in Neyshabur is not included in an article, we try to introduce the top attractions of the city of Neyshabur.
Tomb of Khayyam: The current Tomb of Khayyam is located in the city of Neyshabur, in the garden where the tomb of Imam Zadeh is located. This garden was in the time of Khayyam’s life in the Shadiyah district of Neyshabur, and now its place is the place where the military command was cast every spring. The Khayyam Tomb Garden is one of the most spectacular gardens in contemporary Iran and includes a library, museum and guesthouse complex. The memorial of this great scientist and poetic was built in 1941 with the design of engineer Houshang Sihoun. A statue of Hakim Omar Khayyam is installed in the garden entrance. The area of Khayyam Garden is twenty thousand square meters and the height of the memorial is 22 meters and surrounded by pine trees. The tomb of Khayyam in terms of architecture and construction is one of the most important monuments built in its time. This magical building based on Khayyami’s mathematical and trigonometric principles is calculated and designed. The garlic in the corridors, the vault and the graveyard, is a journey into the infinite spiritual world of Khayyam. The tomb of Hakim Omar Khayyam was registered in 1354 by the Ministry of Culture and Arts No. 1175 in the National Iranian Book List.
Tomb of attar: Sheikh Farid al-Din Attar, an Iranian poet and literary mystic, was born in the year 540 AH and throughout his life, He has been providing valuable scientific services and compositions such as: Tazkera al-Awlia, Logic-Al-Tair, al-Haymah, etc. He lost his life coincident with the Mongol invasion of Khorasan in 618 Lunar. According to the first evidence of his tomb building, he was founded by Yahyaben Sala, the judge of the Al-Qazah of Neyshabur in the seventh century AH. Then Amir Alishir Nooayi, the last minister of the Timurid, built another structure on the tomb of Attar, which is now the only black stone inscribed on the inscription. In 1941, the National Society for the Restoration and Restoration of the National Works of the Renovated Building was restored and repaired with the tiles of Alwan Beautifully arranged. The tomb of Attar has always been of interest to tourists and literate people around the world
Statue of Kamal al-Mulk: The Kamal al-Mulk Tomb, designed by Professor Hooshang Sihon, is located a short distance from the Attar Tomb.. The design of this building in coordination with the creation of Attar Neishaburi has played an important role in emphasizing the values of Iranian culture in this place.
Wooden village: This uniquely wooden village in Iran is made by engineer Hamid Mojtahedi, a descendant of Mohammad Kazem Khorasani, and is one of the spectacles and promenades of Neyshabur. The wooden mosque of this village is unique not only in Iran but also in the world. The mosque can withstand up to 8 magnitudes of earthquakes and its structure is such that it will not be damaged until several years. The minarets are connected to the ceiling, which is not inside the mosque. In the construction and interior decoration of different wood, farm and non-farm fields such as pine,Ash, Sepidiar, Cherry, Pear, Coriander, Walnut and Berries are used. The special lighting of the collection, the special harmony of happy colors, has a special effect at night and makes it unique.
The historic city of Shadyakh (Happiness): Happiness of the palace or joy of Jakh is one of the neighborhoods of the ancient city of Neyshabur, which has been inhabited since the beginning of the 3rd century, and has been of special significance until the 669 of the lunar earthquake. The neighborhood was renowned for the palace built by Abdullah Bin Taher named Shadiyah. Happiness is composed of two words, “happiness” and “akh” which means happiness. This place is also called “happy castle”, “happy world” and “Shadmehr” too.