Sheikh Abu Ishak Kazeruni Tomb - GeziBilen

Sheikh Abu Ishak Kazeruni Tomb

Sheikh Abu Ishak Kazeruni Tomb

Abu Ishak, one of the great Islamic thinkers, is a hermitage built in the name of his standing. Abu Isaac, which was visited as a tomb of authority, is in fact buried in the town of Kazirun in Iran and died in Hijri 426. It is not known exactly when the Tomb of Abu Isaac Kazeruni was held. It was built at the end of erzurum Castle's wall leading to the Double Minaret Madrasah. The tomb, which has a neat pentagon plan, is actually different from what was traditionally built during the Ottoman period. The tomb is entered through the door on the west side. There is a window above the door to illuminate the tomb . It's all plastered. Bricks appear under the plasters poured from the upper parts and dome. It is made of brick from inside and outside, and the rest is cut stone. There are four empty coffin in the tomb. There are two other tombs outside the tomb. One belongs to The Governor of Deli Mustafa Efendi, who died in 1813, and the other belongs to Nuri Efendi, the Undersecretary of External affairs of Sultan Abdulmecid, who died in 1843. The Tomb of Abu Isaac Kazeruni was restored by the Ministry of Culture in 2006 and opened to tourism.

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