Category:Shah Cheragh

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Shah Ceragh (it); Shah Cheragh (fr); Мавзолей Шах-Черах (ru); Schah Tscheragh (de); شاه چراغ (fa); 灯王之墓 (zh); Šach Čerago mečetė (lt); Şah Çerağ (tr); شاہ چراغ (ur); مسجد شاه جراج (arz); Мавзолей Шах-Черах (uk); Sjah Tsjeragh (nl); Шахчерағ (kk); シャー・チェラーグ廟 (ja); Shah Cheragh (en); شاه جراغ (ar); Šáh Čerag (cs); Джамия Шах Чераг (bg) moschea di Shiraz, Iran (it); bâtiment de Chiraz, Fars, Iran (fr); masjid di Iran (id); bouwwerk in Iran (nl); xhami (sq); Moschee im Iran (de); moské (sv); funerary monument and mosque in Shiraz, Iran (en); اثر ثبت‌شده در فهرست آثار ملی ایران (fa); مسجد يقع في شيراز، إيران (ar); մզկիթ (hy) شاه‌چراغ (fa)
Shah Cheragh 
funerary monument and mosque in Shiraz, Iran
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Instance ofmosque,
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Location Shiraz, Central District, Shiraz County, Fars Province, Iran
Heritage designation
  • Iranian National Heritage (1942–)
Religion
29° 36′ 34.56″ N, 52° 32′ 35.88″ E
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This is a category about a monument in Iran identified by the ID
363
  • Deutsch: Schah Tscheragh ist ein Mausoleum im Iran, in dem die sterblichen Überreste der Brüder Amir Ahmad und Mir Muhammad aufbewahrt werden.
  • {{en|Shah Cheragh meaning the "The King of Lights" is the tomb of the brothers Amir Ahmad and Mir Muhammad.
  • It became celebrated pilgrimage centre in the 14th century when Queen Tashi Khatun erected a mosque and theological school in the vicinity.

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