Mirjaveh town in Sistan and Baluchestan province has several historical and natural relics, Haftad Molla Cemetery is one of these unique attractions. These tombs are always under the shadow and they have never seen the direct light of the sun. These graves are from 800 years ago.
Tombs are one of a kind. After burying the corpse, the four sides of the grave was elevated with stone and it was covered with some rocks, then a stairway was built out of bricks and form plaster on the rocks and then a it was covered with a reticular partition wall and finally this structure was filled with plaster and some parts of it was colored in red.
This relic was registered as one of Iran’s national relics with the registration number of 3826 in May 8th, 2001.