Haj Baba Tavakol
When you move from Sabzevar to Khoshab city, after passing Sultanabad, Khoshab city center to Quchan road and after passing Mashkan village, next to a small village, you will reach a shrine and a tomb known as Baba Langar or Mir Motahar.
Baba Langar village has been the main route for pilgrims to cross the past; During a trip to Mashhad to visit Imam Reza (AS), Naser al-Din Shah settled in this historical complex and by writing a memorial on the inner wall of Baba Tavakol Tomb with ink, he showed his devotion to this religious tomb .Baba Tavakol was one of the companions of Imam Reza (AS) and Mir Motahar, according to the locals, was one of his followers who mentioned that the tombs of these two people have been loved by the people from the past.
Baba Langer complex is located 40 km north of Sultanabad city in Baba Langar village. This complex includes water storage, bath, crypt, tomb of Haj Baba Tavakol, tomb of Mir Motahar and four arches of Baba Langar. This collection contains works from the pre-Islamic period to the Qajar period.
The history of Baba Langar collection dates back to the Saljuq period to the Qajar period, which includes Baba Tavakol tomb, Baba Langer reservoir, Mir Motahar tomb, Baba Langar crypts.
Baba Langer village
Upon entering this area, it can be seen that the plan of Mir Motahar’s tomb is rectangular and consists of mud, stone, brick, plaster and lime, and its carcass is made of stone and its porcelain chair is made of stone. The shape of the tomb is comparable to the wooden building of Sultanabad, Baba Tavakol and Gol Gonbad in Khoshab section.
Light and air conditioning have been installed in the building by the entrance door and the horn on the roof and body in the past, but the horn is now blocked. All spaces are load-bearing and there is no division in this space. Empty space includes the local open space where the building interacts with the surrounding rhythmic and natural space, which is on the northeast side. The semi-open space is the space of the dome and the entrance porch. Also, the closed space of the arch is relatively shallow views inside the dome. A room is attached to the building on the north side, which has upset the balance of the building.
Baba Langar Collection
Baba Langar collection belongs to the Saljuq period to the Qajar period and is located in the village of Baba Langar in Khoshab city. This work was registered as one of the national monuments of Iran on December 26, 2001 with the registration number 4463.
Baba Langer complex is located 40 km north of Sultanabad city in Baba Langar village. This complex includes water storage, bath, crypt, tomb of Haj Baba Tavakol, tomb of Mir Motahar and four arches of Baba Langar. This collection contains works from the pre-Islamic period to the Qajar