Maghsoud bazaar is located in Naqshe-Jahan Square in the heart of Isfahan Grand Bazaar named Qeisraieh. Remaining from the Safavid era (17th century), Maqsoud bazaar is near the son's tomb of the Shias' 5th Imam. The shrine has a dome-like ceiling and its wooden bars were built in the Qajarid era. The inscription on the façade is written in traditional Iranian handwriting with white mosaic on an azure background.

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