Noush Abad “Sleeping Treasure”

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Noush Abad “Sleeping Treasure”

History
Noushabad is one of the ancient and historical regions of Isfahan province. There are dozens of historical monuments left over from the Seljuk, Mongol, Safavid, Qajar periods in the city, as well as the references to ancient historical texts to the expansion of the Noush Abad pre-Islamic period and the early Islamic period, illustrates this long historical record. In the valuable book of Qom’s history, written in 378 AH, it is mentioned about the city’s signification: Anushabat named this diyah as the best of it, one of the Sassanid inhabitants, who descended to the spring that landed there, and It favors that fountain and position. It turned out that they were building a diyah and called Anushabad (p. 76). Noushabad was also very important in the early Islamic era. As it is in the book of Al-Kahlaq al-Nafisah, which was written in 290 AH. From Anushabat as one of the sites of the ancient road of Rey and Isfahan (p. 182), the fortified bridge of Ishaq Abad, located in the northeast of Noshahab, appears to be a memorial to this important historical event.
Also mentioned in the Divan of Abol-Reza Ravandi, the Shiite poet and jurisprudent of the Seljuk era, is the city’s expansion (p. 74). It is well-known that Baba Afzel Kashani of Husayn and the great mystics of the Mughal period in his writings from Noush Abad shows the historical and cultural significance of this area. The Mughal era (p. 706), except for these books, there are over a dozen important historical inscriptions from the Seljuk period to the Qajar era in Noushabad, including the scrolls of the mosque’s juniper minarets and the altar of gypsum in the Ali Mosque where The name of the Rafsheed Caliphs is mentioned and certainly from the works of the Seljuk period, as well as numerous inscriptions from the years 923 to 1140 AH of the The prosperity and significance of this city during the Safavid period.
There are about 30 historical works in the city of Nowshahat, the most important of which are the Jamiat al-Atiq mosque, Ali mosque, Szilan castle and Ishaq Abad bridge from the Seljuk and Ilkhani Ziyartegh Imamzadeh Mohammad, Haj Seyyed Hossein Mosque, Tudeh water reservoir and Cave Morchan castle, Sichan castle and shrine of Prince Hussein and Suleiman from the Safavid period, Roqiyat Khatun shrine, Prince Shrine of Ishaq shrine, Tajeddin shrine, Moses bin Ja’far mosque, Water reservoir in Brig, Mosque and Qa’maya Mosque from the Qajar period. Also, the city of Noushabad is very important in terms of culture and culture traditions, especially the mourning ceremony of Ashura, and it has been celebrating hundreds of years. Which is held excitedly.
Noush Abad is the birthplace of the great scholars, including Allameh Muhammad ibn Muhammad Zaman Noushabadi, the great philosopher and philosopher of the late Safavid period, the master of Allameh Mehdi Naraqi, who has survived many works, as well as the jurisprudents and the great scholar of the Ayat Allah Mullah Ali Akbar Noushabadi, whose works are available. To find out more about Noush Abad in the Mirror of History, visit the historical monuments and culture.
Aqiq mosque:
The Atish Mosque of Noush Abad is one of the works of the Seljuk period, which after the mosque of the old square and the castle Jalali is the oldest historical monument of the Islamic era of Kashan, including the minaret, the southern and northern sidewalks, the shrine, the front of Khan and the 3 historic doors. The work has been registered in the national cultural index of 1377 2015/13.
2. Ali (as) Mosque:
Mosque of Hazrat Ali (AS) Noush Abad includes Shabestan, Avon, Roof, the Mogul period and the altar is very beautiful. This work has been registered on the national list of national works in the number 3060- 26/12/1379.
3. S’Zan Castle:
The castle of Sistan is more than a hectare and has 9 squares in four corners and middle of the south, north and east sides of the head. The Seljuk and Timurid periods are guessed as its construction history. This work has been registered on the National List of National Collections as No. 6145-7 / 13/13.
4. Tomb of Imam Zadeh Mohammad:
Tomb of Imam Zadeh Mohammad bin Zayed is one of the descendants of Imam Hassan Mojtaba, who is one of the Safavid dynasty’s works and includes the turquoise cone-shaped monument and three southern, eastern and northern avenues. The inscription of the Safavid period and the exquisite door of the Qajar period is one of the other valuable works of the National Archaeological Museum, numbered 10/901/901.
5. Paul Ishaq Abad:
The historic bridge of Ishaq Abad (Sagh Abad) is located one kilometer east of Noushabad, on the dried Sukhma River. The Seljuk period is guessed for its foundation. Its materials consist of bricks and mortars, and the following are from the stone and Kagel pieces, and has been registered on the number 9018-10 / 12/79.
6. Cisterns:
In Nowsh Abad, there are many beautiful warehouses, among which the central water supply (in ten) to the number 2525/12/79 and the Warehouse of Cossacks, No. 9019-10 / 3/1382, have been included in the list of national works. Water reservoirs in the Brig and the mosque are in the register.
7. The mosques and mosques:
In addition to Jamea Ali Mosque and Imam Zadeh Mohammad Mosque, Haj Seyyed Hossein Mosque (Safavid period), Moses bin Ja’far Mosque (Qajar), Qa’miyya Mosque (Qajariyya) and Bekaa Prince Roqiya Khatun and Prince Ibrahim (before Safavid), Prince Ishaq (Qajar), princes of Seyyed Fadhil and Seyyed Abolqasem (Qajar) and pilgrimages of Aqbali, Feyzabad (Qajar) and Caravan of Mostafa are among other monuments of Noush Abad.
8. Apart from the above-mentioned works, there are other historical influences in the city, some of which have been lost due to neglect in recent years, such as the towers of Noshtabad, Husseinieh and Husseinieh, and others needing Explore some explorers and archaeologists, such as the underground city, the mysterious graves and crypts and the northern hill of Noshabad.
Underground Hand Architecture (