Historical Iranian sites : This is purported to be the Tomb of the Biblical prophet Daniel, in modern day Shush, Iran (ancient Susa). Daniel lived in Babylon but may have visited Susa as it was a city of great importance in his day.
Sheikh Safi Al-Din Khānegāh and Shrine Ensemble (Persian: مجموعه آرامگاه و خانقاه شیخ صفی الدین) is the tomb of Sheikh Safi-ad-din Ardabili located in Ardabil, Iran. In it was registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List
Muslim woman praying near Ezekiel's tomb, located in Al Kifl, Iraq, is believed by Jews to be the tomb of the biblical prophet Ezekiel. Iraqi Jewry was once one of the largest and most prominent Jewish communities in the Middle East. Until the mid-20th century, up to 5,000 Jews used to come to the tomb during Passover. An additional structure also identified as a possible tomb for Ezekiel can be found in Dezful, Iran.