The only remaining effect from the ancient Tous, is a
brick building known as "Harounieh", which has
It was called "Haroun's Prison" by ordinary
people. In writing and diaries, it has been called
"mosque of Tous" or "Tomb and Mausoleum of
Qazali". But, "Harounieh" is a tomb or
mausoleum, built adjacent to another religious building,
during 13-14th century AD, on the top of the remains of
ancient structures consisting of a vast dome shaped square
of height 25 m, and 12x12 sq. m area, with 3
inter-connected booths in the end of the building.
The middle booth contains an altar and plaster decorations
on its ceiling. Building's decorations are restricted to
vertical frames on the entrance terrace columns, small
terraces stalactites, suspensions underneath the dome and
plaster-work underneath the chamber domes.
Double covered high dome and latticed side doorways are
elements that give the hypothesis of a tomb, some reality.