From the beginning of Islamic history, Qum was seen as a place of importance. There are several narrations quoted from the infallibles praising the city and merits of visiting the Lady Fatima Masoomah – the sister of Imam Ali Raza [as] buried in this city.
The city also contains Hawza e Ilmia, an Islamic Seminary where thousands of students from different parts of the world come for religious studies. Six kilometers away from the city is Masjid e Jamkaran, a mosque of significance and associated with Imam Mahdi [ajtf].
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|Mausoleum of Imam Ali b. Abi Talib (مرقد الامام أمير المؤمنين علي بن أبي طالب ( ع|
|Wadi-Al Salaam وادي السلام|
|Kumayl ibn Ziyad کمیل بن زیاد|
|House of Imam Ali [as] بيت الامام علي بن ابي طالب|
|Shrine of Meesum At-Tammar مرقد ميثم التمار|
|Marqad Muslim bin Aqeel مرقد مسلم ابن عقیل|
|Masjid e Hannana مسجد حنانة|
|Masjid Al Sahlah مسجد السهلة|
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