Where are the most expensive graves

Imamzadeh Abdollah Shahre ray
Hussein Abu Abdullah Farzand is Abdullah Ibn Abbas and one of the descendants of Imam Zain al-Abedin (AS). The cemetery of Imam Zadeh Abdullah is in the city of Ray, and it is believed that its interior is related to the Safavid period (eleventh century AH). The family shrines in the area of ​​this Imam Zadeh were built in the style of the Qajar architect, Pahlavi I and II, and the burial of the dead was stopped only in the pre-purchased graves there from the fifties. The Imamzadeh Abdollah Cemetery Collection was registered on April 14, 1999 in the national monuments list. The famous cemetery is one of the most expensive graves in the capital, and those who want to burrow their loved ones in this tranquil should pay 300 to 400 million tomans.