About Qom
Qom is considered holy by Shi`a Islam, as it is the site of the shrine of Fatema Mæ'sume, sister of Imam `Ali ibn Musa Rida (Persian Imam Reza, 789–816 AD). The city is the largest center for Shi'a scholarship in the world, and is a significant destination of pilgrimage.
Qom is famous for a brittle toffee called "Souhan" , considered a souvenir of the city and sold by 2000 to 2500 "Souhan" shops.
Qom has developed into a lively industrial centre owing in part to its proximity to Tehran. It is a regional centre for the distribution of petroleum and petroleum products, and a natural gas pipeline from Bandar Anzali and Tehran and a crude-oil pipeline from Tehran run through Qom to the Abadan refinery on the Persian Gulf. Qom gained additional prosperity when oil fields were discovered at Sarajeh near the city in 1956 and a large refinery was built between Qom and Tehran.

  Masoomeh (peace be up on her) Holy Shrine:
a Shiite known character. The daughter of Imam Kazem (Shiite seventh Imam) and sister of Imam reza (8th Imam of Shiite).

  Qom Bazaar:
it has been composed of two separate roofed market. it covered with domes.

  Vashnooh Cave:
this is located in Ardehal mountain area. This area enjoys four caves with huge water resources.

  Jamkaran Mosque:
the last Shiite Imam (Shiite believes) is the survivor of world from cruelty and atheism, he is mahdi (the sooner appeared by God). he is absent hassan mesleh jamkarani dreamed mahdi(peace be up on him) who asked for a mosque to be considered in the place .this mosque is of great importance to Shiite.

  Salt Lake:
a lake in central desert of Iran .it’s so salty that occasionally in summer big pieces of salt appear on its surface.