Food review: Zereshk Polo ba Morgh

Zereshk Polo ba Morgh is a Persian classic made with Zereshk (barberries), Morgh (chicken), and Polo, which is the steamed and fluffy Persian rice.

Ali Karooni

Mehdi Yarrahi

Mehdi Yarrahi

Ali Karooni

Mehdi Ahmadvand

Mehdi Ahmadvand

Mehdi Yaghmaizadeh

Ali Lohrasbi

Ghasem Afhsar

Ghasem Afshar

Golzare Ali Ibn Jafar's

The grave of Ali ibn Ja'far al-Sadeq is at the end of Charmardoon street in Qom, known as the Door of Paradise. This place has a chapel and a court and a magnificent wooden frame for pilgrimage. He was a pious man who lived at the time of four Imams. The grave porch tiles date back to the tenth century. The octagonal building with a pyramidal two layered dome dates back to the early tenth century and in the Qajar era some rooms were added to it. This grave appertains to a son of Imam Sadiq (AS) and its monument is superior to other places in Qom especially for the plaster used in it that dates back to the tenth century. Golden tiles contain over 94 pieces with vegetative, animalistic and human forms with inscriptions including verses of the Qur'an, religious narratives and lines of Persian poetry some of which are in many museums in Iran and in the world.

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