Alexander’s prison

This building is believed to be Built at the time of Alexander’s invasion on the Persian empire, and was used as a prison however later changed to a school under Razi dynasty. This mud brick structure has a 2-meter deep well in its courtyard which leads to a 5-meter deep basement. There is a fountain, remaining from the original building, in the center of the basement. Alexander’s Prison has mostly Mongolian architectural elements and therefore lacks any tile work.

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