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  1. El mausoleo de Öljeitü en Soltaniyeh. Ölyeitü, también conocido como Mohammad Jodabandé, [. 1. ] ( 1280 - 16 de diciembre de 1316) fue el octavo kan mongol de Persia. Durante su gobierno, de 1304 a 1316, se proclamó la rama chiita duodecimana del islam como la religión oficial del Ilkanato, primera vez en la historia de Irán.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › ÖljaitüÖljaitü - Wikipedia

    Mongol soldiers at the time of Öljeitü, in Jami al-Tawarikh by Rashid-al-Din Hamadani, 1305–1306. Letter of Öljeitu to Philippe le Bel, 1305. Written in classical Mongolian script, bearing the Chinese seal reading "真命皇帝天順萬夷之寶" in Classical Chinese bestowed by Emperor Chengzong of Yuan .

    • 19 July 1304
    • Ghazan
    • 9 July 1304 – 16 December 1316
    • Abu Sa'id
  3. Öljeitü, eighth Il-Khan ruler of Iran, during whose reign the Shīʿite branch of Islam was first proclaimed the state religion of Iran. A great-grandson of Hülegü, founder of the Il-Khanid dynasty, Öljeitü was baptized a Christian and given the name Nicholas by his mother.

  4. Öljeitü, también conocido como Muhammad Khodabandeh, (1280 - 16 de diciembre de 1316) fue el octavo kan mongol de Persia.Durante su gobierno, de 1304 a 1316, se proclamó la rama chiita del islam como la religión estatal del Ilkanato.

  5. Öljeitü tai Mohammad Khudabanda oli Persian kahdeksas il-kaani-hallitsija vuodet 1304–1316.Hänen hallintokautenaan šiialaisuudesta tehtiin valtionuskonto.. Öljeitün äiti kastoi hänet kristityksi nimellä Nicolas, mutta myöhemmin hän kääntyi buddhalaisuuteen ja sunnilaisuuteen, jolloin otti nimen Mohammad Khudabanda.

  6. The Dome of Soltaniyeh in Soltaniyeh city, Zanjan Province, Iran, traditionally so called, is a complex of ruins centering on the Mausoleum of the Mongol ruler Il-khan Öljeitü, also known as Muhammad Khodabandeh. The estimated 200 ton dome stands 49 meters (161 ft) tall from its base, and is currently undergoing extensive renovation.

  7. In the vicinity of Öljeitü’s mausoleum there are 13 other sites that belong to this WHS. Our tour group made a short coffee stop (picknick-style, with our own packed ingredients) at one of them: Chelebi Oghlu. This is also a mausoleum, built at the same time as the large mausoleum of Soltaniyeh.