This place is the mausoleum of the great 11th century Persian poet, Baba Taher who is known for his couplets. The main building of the mausoleum is located in a 10 square m platform. It has an octagonal basis with eight pillars that have decorative function rather than a technical one. The pillars and the long room lead to a conical dome. The pillars, the grave stone, and the floor are all made of granite and the main building is covered with white stone.
The interior of the place has some beautiful inlayed tiles and 24 couplets by the poet. The construct was made in 1970 and by Mohsen Foroughi over a place with more than 8965 m2 area. The construct is very similar to Avicenna’s mausoleum and consequently to Qabus Dome.