maqhbaratoshoara

Shahryar, one of greatest contemporary Iran’s poets had been buried in Tabriz Maqbarat-o-shoara in Saghat-ol-eslam Street on the north side of Seyyed Hamze monument. “Nozhat-ol-Gholob” written by Hamd-o-llah Mostuffi in 740 A.H is the oldest book specifically mentioned Surkhab’s Maqbarat-o-shoara. Unfortunately, Maqbarat-o-shoara, already known as Hazirat-ol-Shohada, Hazirat-ol-Ghozat and Surkhab cemetery had ruined by floods and earthquakes and now remains no trace of original graves belonged to notable people buried here. Most famous people buried here was Asadi Tusi, Ghatran Tabrizi, Majir-o-Din Beylaghani, Khaghani Shervni, Zahir-o-Din Farabi, Shapoor Neyshapoori, Shamos-o-Din Sajjasi, Zolfaghar Shervani, Homam Tabrizi, Mani Shirazi, Shakibi Tabrizi and Seyed Mohammad Hossein Shahryar.