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Tomb of Hafez, Shiraz

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A monument to a great Persian poet, Tomb of Hafez rises up from the banks of the Rukn-Abad River. The much-loved wordsmith was laid to rest in the surrounding gardens in 1390, his memorial constructed and renovated throughout the centuries. Placed within the lush gardens, the pavilion still maintains some of its 18th-century features, including all of its original columns. Uncover the work of Hafez through the engraved facades and marble tombstone, featuring a selection from his literary canon of over 600 poems. Plan to see Tomb of Hafez and other attractions that appeal to you using our Shiraz vacation route planner.
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  • The tomb of the great Persian Poet Hafez was a lovely place of trees and flowers and locals. Hafez was the master of the Persian ode (ghazal) and was born in Shiraz in 727 AD. He composed mystical lyr...  more »
  • Here is poetic heart . While is crowded you could felt calm down. And you could catch on good sense of this famous man.  more »
  • It is the tomb of a very famous poet (someone like Goethe for the germans). The area is full of tourists, with a very nice garden. a must see place  more »
  • Beautiful place! I was there quite late, and loved the place. It's full with Iranians, couples, friends, families, who enjoy the park. In the northwestern corner (among the graves) you'll often find men who recite Hafez poems. It's a really nice and serene experience. Scam warning; the cafe at the southeastern corner tried to charge me 300.000 rials for a cup of tea (!!!), after a fierce haggling I paid 40.000 rials, which is more acceptable.
  • Not knowing much about Hafez before I went to this place, I still found it a very interesting place to be at. An oasis of quitness in this hectic city. Beuatiful to see how local Iranians come and pay respect to this icon of their history. My plan is definitey to get to know more about Hafez. Once back home, I am sure I will be proud that I have visited this place.
  • Awesome place to visit in Shiraz where you will find the grave of the main Persian poet, Hafez. The tomb itself is average but all around the atmosphere is just relaxing and enjoyable with many people sitting or drawing. Besides there is always music ongoing. Great place.
  • Here you can experience one of the most intresting aspect of the iranian culture: theyr love for this ancient poet is something surprising. Must be seen.
  • Amazing and peaceful place. Full of families out for an evening visit. There is a excellent café and craft shop too. Hafez is highly venerated in Iran and his poetry still lives in the daily lives of the people