Salman Pak

Ctesiphon is a ruin in Iraq's Baghdad Belts. It was once an ancient Persian capital city, but only a former palace, with the world's largest unreinforced arch, remains standing. The town of Salman Pak is nearby, and is also covered in this article.



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Salman Al-Farsi Mosque

Salman Al-Farsi Mosque is a mosque located in the village of Salman Pak in the Mada’in district, approximately 32 kilometres (20 mi) southeast of Baghdad, Iraq. It is one of the holy sites in Iraq. The shrine has historically been a Sunni mosque; however in more recent years it has been handed over to the Shia Muslims. The mosque is named after Salman al-Farsi, a companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, and contains his mausoleum.