80 km South of Meshed, in the South of Robat-Sefid
Village, on the old Meshed-Torbat road, exists a stone
structure, which because of its location in the mouth of a
strait called "Bazeh-Hour" (Sun Valley), known
The construction, placed on a platform, is remains of an
architectural complex belonged to Sassanid era. At
present, this construction has 3 entrances and one high
dome. It was connected to another building from East
side. On its Northern and Southern sides, connections such
as terraces or corridors existed.
Architectural effects can be observed for a long distance,
which overall tell the expansion of that complex. This
construction is the nucleus of an architectural complex.
Its value is for its architectural style and the
foundation of the dome with circular surface over a
square; for facilitation, pendants hanging on the angles
are of great importance.