Tomb of Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardebili
لورم ایپسوم متن ساختگی با تولید سادگی نامفهوم از صنعت چاپ و با استفاده از طراحان گرافیک است. چاپگرها و متون بلکه روزنامه و مجله در ستون و سطرآنچنان که لازم است و برای شرایط فعلی تکنولوژی مورد نیاز و کاربردهای متنوع با هدف بهبود ابزارهای کاربردی می باشد. کتابهای زیادی در شصت و سه درصد گذشته، حال و آینده شناخت فراوان جامعه و متخصصان را می طلبد تا با نرم افزارها شناخت بیشتری را برای طراحان رایانه ای علی الخصوص طراحان لورم ایپسوم متن ساختگی با تولید سادگی نامفهوم از صنعت چاپ و با استفاده از طراحان گرافیک است. چاپگرها و متون بلکه روزنامه و مجله در ستون و سطرآنچنان
Sheikh Safi's house and khanqah are located in this place, and according to Sheikh's will, they buried their bodies in a room next to the ghetto and the garden and the basin, and built a grave on it, in addition to the shrine of Sheikh Safi and the shrine of Shah Isma'il I - Shrines One of the Safavid princesses and his sons in this mosque.  According to Boyuk Jamei (1379), the exquisite collection of the tomb of Sheikh Safi al-Din, named after the famous aristocratic Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardebili, the father of the Safavid sultans, was built in the year 735 AH by his son Sadr al-Din Musa . After the Safavid rule began, due to the dedication of the Safavid kings to their ancestors, several units were added to this collection. Especially in the era of Shah Abbas I, and since he was very committed to Sheikh Safi al-Din and was very much to the pilgrimage of his tomb, many works were done to complete and decorate this work. In the Safavid era, the sheikh's tomb was decorated with the presence of the great masters of the Safavid era, which is still considered to be one of the historic and cultural minions of Iran after several centuries.
One of the unique items of this collection is that this tomb contains dozens of exquisite works on various themes of art, including the most excellent types of mosaic tiles and Mogharnas and the adornment of beautiful and exquisite inscriptions , and the great line of bookbills of the Safavid period ( Mir Emad , Mir Kwameddin, Mohammad Esmail and ...) valuable baguettes, silverware , gilding , painting , and painting , and so on. This work has an architecture of the architecture that the gathering of the artistic virtues mentioned and distinguished it in the historical collections of Iran.
During the wars of Iran and Russia during the Qajar period and the fall of Ardabil , the manuscripts of Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardabili's library were plundered by the Russians. Presently, those copies are kept at the Saint Petersburg Museum in Russia . This is a monument in the great neighborhood of Qapu.