About Mashhad
Mashhad is the second most populous city in Iran and is the capital of Razavi Khorasan Province. It is located in north east of the country close to the borders of Afghanistan and Turkmenistan. Its population was 2,772,287 at the 2011 population census. It was a major oasis along the ancient Silk Road connecting with Merv in the East.
Mashhad is the hometown of some of the most significant Iranian literary figures and artists such as Mehdi Akhavan-Sales, the famous contemporary poet and Mohammad-Reza Shajarian, the traditional Iranian singer and composer. Mashhad is also known as the city of Ferdowsi, the Iranian poet of Shahnameh, which is considered to be the national epic of Iran. Ferdowsi and Akhavan Sales are both buried in Tus, an ancient city that is considered to be the main origin of the current city of Mashhad.






     
  Emam Reza holy Shrine:
the shrine of 8thshiiet Imam is located in Mashhad.He was buried here in 9th century B.C and the palace was called Marty dome of Imam .considering architecture decoration and ornament is one of the Islamic Master pieces.

     
  Attar Mausoleum:
this historical monument was constructing in Timurid era on Attar grave stone.

     
  Torghabeh:
it was one of toos old city villages and located in green valleys of binalood mountain range .its of pleasant climate.

     
  Ferdosi Mausoleum:
This well-known Iranian poet is known for his epics his mausoleum was similar in Architecture to Cyrus the great.

     
  Khayam Mosoluem:
one the most attractive Iranian’s garden has been built surrounding this poet grave.

     
  Shandiz:
one of it unique features is it’s beautiful valleys enjoy tall trees, wild flowers and cool weather .with eye-catching scenes..