"Nyshaboor" Neyshabur by omidamini

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Neyshaboor city is 768 km. far from Tehran. It is located in a level plain. There are Binalood heights in the north and other heights in south-West. Its weather is temperate in plain and slightly cold in mountainous region.
This city was occupied in the year 652 AD. in the time of Osman and was one of the four large cities of Khorasan in Islam period. This city was so large that was called "Omol-Belad" (mother of cities) . In the Islamic period, this city was in such a greatness position that we can see its name on the coins which were coined in the time of Omavi Caliphate.
In the time of Ghaznavian and Saljooghian , Neyshabour was one of the most important cities of Khorasan. In the year 1249 AD. this city was completely destroyed by Mongols attack. Near the end of Mongol Ilkhanan, Neyshaboor was annexed to the territory of Sarbedaran dynasty. This city is one of the centers of Iranian civilization and art. So many poets and thinkers have appeared from this city. Moreover, this city has been in the course of Silk Road. The important historical sites of this city are as follows:
Garmab Taghankooh and Shahan Garmab springs,
Neyshaboor fire- temple,
Tombs of Nezamolmolk Bekravi, Omar Khayam , Sheik Attar, Fazlebn -e-Shazan, and
Jome? Mosque
Seyed Ebrahim and Mahroogh Imamzadeh
Ghadamgah mausoleum.

  • Last visit to Neyshabur: Jul 1994
  • Intro Updated Mar 28, 2008
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