Imamzadeh Dastgerd, Shahr-e-Kord Imamzadeh Halimeh and Hakimeh Khatoon, Shahr-e-KordImamzadeh Hamzeh Ali, Brujen
Imamzadeh Dastgerd, Shahr-e-Kord
The aggregate of Imamzadeh Dastgerd comprises of a tall gateway, corridors with various booths, sculptured pillars upholding the nocturnal prayers hall (Shabestan) and a brick inlaid ceiling. The Mausoleum of the Imamzadeh is octagonal in shape, constructed with bricks, which has a bi-covered Dome. On he entrance and Zarih some poems inspired by the importance and personality of Imamzadeh has been inscribed. The building has been repaired during the reign of Mozafaredin Shah by Mohammad Khan reputedly known as Khan Baba Khan Riyahi.
The aggregate can be attributed to the Safavid era. One of the important and valuable relic of this mausoleum is an inscription on stone with the calligraphy of Mohammad Saleh, the reputed calligrapher of the times (Safavid era) with the date of 1124 AH. on it.Imamzadeh Halimeh and Hakimeh Khatoon, Shahr-e-Kord
This building is situated in Shahr-e-Kord, and belongs to Qajar and Pahlavi eras. The construction material is made of sun dried mud bricks, bricks and gypsum. The main building in a southern direction has a portico with a dome. The interior portion is octagonal in shape. The surface of the portico is simply covered with gypsum. In the eastern part there is also an entrance with portico which has an octagonal area, supported by two stony pillars and ornamented with colorful tiles. Inside the shrine there is a metal Zarih with two graves connected to each other.
On the wooden board of the 1286 AH. it can be read and the doors of shine are ornamented with movable colored glasses (Orsi). On the sides of two big doors is an inscription, belonging to the founder of this monument, Hajiyeh Khorsheed Beigum, the daughter of Haj Mohammad Reza Khan Shahraki. The date 1332 AH is also recorded there. In the vicinity of this Imamzadeh there are some grave stones with dates of 1023 and 1130 AH carved on them.Imamzadeh Hamzeh Ali, Brujen
This Imamzadeh is situated in the village of Boldagi, 35 km west of Brujen. Due to its nature, weather and environmental attractions, annually many tourists travel to this region for the purpose of both pilgrimage and leisure. In recent yeas lodging facilities have been provided for pilgrims.