The blue-domed Seyyed Mohammad Golabi is near Band-e Mizan bridge.
Seyyed Mohammad Golabi Shrine
Nearby Iran attractions
1. Sheikh Allama Shushtari Shrine
This shrine entombs 20th-century religious scholar Mohammad Taqi 'Allama' Shushtari, one of Shushtar's favourite sons.
2. Band-e Mizan
This low, flat Sassanid bridge is actually a weir that marks the entrance to the Al Gargar canal feeding the Shushtar hydraulic system. There are pleasant…
3. Kolah Farangi Tower
This crumbling 7.5m octagonal tower at the river's edge was most likely a Sassanid navigational aid, though local lore has Shahpur’s slave driver watching…
4. Qal’eh Salosel
Set on a prominent cliff overlooking the river, historic Salosel Castle is no longer much to look at above ground. However, the caretaker will gladly show…
5. Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System
Listed by Unesco as a 'masterpiece of creative genius', the Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System has been diverting water for irrigation from the Karun…
6. Marashi House
In a back alley on a hill, this beautifully restored Qajar house has impressive views of Shushtar's ancient hydraulic system.
7. Sahib-al Zaman Shrine
About 2km east of the canal, the brilliant Sahib-al Zaman shrine is graced by blue mosaics. Devotees are said to have made sightings of the Mahdi (last…
8. Pol-e Shadorvan
Running parallel to the modern Azadegan Bridge connecting historic Shushtar to the New Town are the substantial remains of this Sassanid-era bridge and…