The Tomb of Hayaghugh is for one of the Israelits prophets who was living about 700 years BC and was the guardian of the Great Temple of Jews in Ursalim. According to a narration, Cyrus the king of Iran conquered Babylon and set all Jewish prisoners free in a battle 548 years BC.
Being set free, Hayaghugh migrated to Iran and settled down in Tuyserkan City. This tomb is one of the oldest historical monuments in Iran.
The building of the tomb is for Seljuk era and looks like a circular tower with a conoid roof from distance. The tomb is octangular and made of bricks that form its main body. Therefore, the building seems like an octangular shape. The building is 12 meters high from the ground surface. The tomb of Hayaquq the prophet has survived undesirable environmnetal conditions for more than 900 years and has remained sound and safe.