Front door of the complex which enshrines the burial site of Imamzade Harun bin Musa al-Kazim

Front door of the complex which enshrines the burial site of Imamzade Harun bin Musa al-Kazim

This building has a large open courtyard - this shrine is also known as Harun Vilayat or Haruniye

This building has a large open courtyard - this shrine is also known as Harun Vilayat or Haruniye

One of the highly decorated walls of the mausoleum - it is located in the Dardasht quarter of Isfahan, opposite the famous Minar Masjid Ali

One of the highly decorated walls of the mausoleum - it is located in the Dardasht quarter of Isfahan, opposite the famous Minar Masjid Ali

Work on the entrance portico of the mausoleum - this part of Isfahan once was the original centre of the city till 1590

Work on the entrance portico of the mausoleum - this part of Isfahan once was the original centre of the city till 1590

One of the closed wooden doors next to the shrine of Imamzade

One of the closed wooden doors next to the shrine of Imamzade

Colourful tile work on the wall - this mausoleum was built in 1512-13 by Mirza Shah Husain

Colourful tile work on the wall - this mausoleum was built in 1512-13 by Mirza Shah Husain

After entering through the courtyard, there is another wooden door before one could enter the shrine

After entering through the courtyard, there is another wooden door before one could enter the shrine

Artistic details of facde of the shrine - in Islam, it is forbidden to draw painting of a holyman (holy Prophet & Imams also) but this fashion started with the Safavid of Iran

Artistic details of facde of the shrine - in Islam, it is forbidden to draw painting of a holyman (holy Prophet & Imams also) but this fashion started with the Safavid of Iran

This photo was taken in front of the shrine, while looking out to the courtyard

This photo was taken in front of the shrine, while looking out to the courtyard

This painting shows a hunting scene or a battle

This painting shows a hunting scene or a battle

Here a holy man is shown with his bowl on the side

Here a holy man is shown with his bowl on the side

Here Imam Ali (A.S.) is shown alongwith his two famous sons, Hassan (A.S.) and Hussain (A.S.)

Here Imam Ali (A.S.) is shown alongwith his two famous sons, Hassan (A.S.) and Hussain (A.S.)

This painting seems to show Imam Hassan and Hussain with the Holy Prophet in the centre - most mainstream Muslim scholars will disagree with the production of the painting

This painting seems to show Imam Hassan and Hussain with the Holy Prophet in the centre - most mainstream Muslim scholars will disagree with the production of the painting

These intriguing murals are a mix blend of colour and beauty

These intriguing murals are a mix blend of colour and beauty

View of the zarih of Imam Harun when entering the dome area of the building

View of the zarih of Imam Harun when entering the dome area of the building

Small door of the zarih, where grave of Hazrat Harun is located

Small door of the zarih, where grave of Hazrat Harun is located

A side view of the zarih - this shrine is also famous among the Armenian Christians for it's miraculous powers

A side view of the zarih - this shrine is also famous among the Armenian Christians for it's miraculous powers

A close view of the grave inside the zarih - there was a copy of Koran sitting on top of the grave and some pilgrims would leave money inside the chamber

A close view of the grave inside the zarih - there was a copy of Koran sitting on top of the grave and some pilgrims would leave money inside the chamber

There is also a disputes, who is buried here, ranging from the son of the tenth imam, the son of the eleventh imam, the grandson of the sixth imam or the seventh Imam

There is also a disputes, who is buried here, ranging from the son of the tenth imam, the son of the eleventh imam, the grandson of the sixth imam or the seventh Imam

Dome of the shrine seen from inside - regardless what the theories say about the site, I will stick with the sign by the local government which refers this site to Harun (brother of Imamzade Ali and son of Imam Musa al-Kazim)

Dome of the shrine seen from inside - regardless what the theories say about the site, I will stick with the sign by the local government which refers this site to Harun (brother of Imamzade Ali and son of Imam Musa al-Kazim)

A small mehrab was located on the site to give the direction to Qibla, incase someone wanted to pray

A small mehrab was located on the site to give the direction to Qibla, incase someone wanted to pray

A corner of the two walls inside the shrine - both look identical to eachother and it is more like a 'copy and paste' - truly a great job by the artisans

A corner of the two walls inside the shrine - both look identical to eachother and it is more like a 'copy and paste' - truly a great job by the artisans

On the blue background, something is written in Farsi (the language of Iran) and it is surrounded by floral patterns

On the blue background, something is written in Farsi (the language of Iran) and it is surrounded by floral patterns

With the help of multi coloured tiles, an Aryan sign is created on one of the walls - Iranian people are proud of their Aryan heritage

With the help of multi coloured tiles, an Aryan sign is created on one of the walls - Iranian people are proud of their Aryan heritage

There were few graves built next to the shrine belonged to various people who had lived in Isfahan in the past

There were few graves built next to the shrine belonged to various people who had lived in Isfahan in the past

The names of the people who were buried there were on the rugs with a Koran and a large portrait of the deceased beside it

The names of the people who were buried there were on the rugs with a Koran and a large portrait of the deceased beside it

Another grave is shown here with the photo of the owner

Another grave is shown here with the photo of the owner

These two graves were built with marble and it was protected by a glass case

These two graves were built with marble and it was protected by a glass case

A pilgrim (or even a local) sleeping next to grave, inside the zarih of Hazrat Harun

A pilgrim (or even a local) sleeping next to grave, inside the zarih of Hazrat Harun