A mausoleum is an external free-standing building constructed as a monument enclosing the burial chamber of a deceased person or persons.
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- Aleppo: Mausoleum of Kheir Bey (1514), commissioned by the namesake Mamluk officer
- Ancient Merv: Mausoleum of Sultan Sanjar (1157), Mausoleum of Muhammad ibn Zayd (1112), plus three mausolea from the Timurid period at Geok Gumbaz
- Bahá’i Holy Places: Mausoleum of the B?b in Haifa
- Blenheim Palace: The Chapel contains the Mausoleum of John Churchill, First Duke of Marlborough (the body was transferred there from Westminster abbey where it had originally been buried). Subsequent Dukes through to the 11th Earl who died in 1972 are buried there.
- Bolgar: several mausoleums
- Bursa and Cumalikizik: Yeşil Türbe Link
- Crespi d'Adda: the Crespi family mausoleum
- Dougga/Thugga: Mausoleum of Ateban
- Early Christian Necropolis of Pécs: The Early Christian Mausoleum
- Gamzigrad-Romuliana: Two mausolea: one for Galerius and one for his mother Romula
- Graz: Mausoleum of Emperor Ferdinand II
- Hiraizumi: Chusonji Fujiwara Clan Mausoleum
- Historic Cairo: Qala'un complex
- Humayun's Tomb
- Incense Route of the Negev: Elusa
- Istanbul: Sultan Ahmet Mausoleum at the Blue Mosque (in the complex, but outside the mosque)
- Itchan Kala: Several, including the brilliant Mausoleum of Pahlavan Mahmud (1247-1325)
- Kaesong: Mausoleum of King Wang Kon, Mausoleum of King Kongmin
- Kairouan: Sidi Abid Masoleum Link
- Kazan Kremlin: The remains of 15th and 16th centuries mausoloea were recovered at Syuyumbeki Tower.
- Koguryo Kingdom: Tomb of the General (Ji'an)
- Kremlin and Red Square: Lenin mausoleum
- Kunya-Urgench: Najmeddin Kubra Mausoleum
- Mausoleum of Khoja Ahmed Yasawi
- Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor
- Medieval Monuments in Kosovo: Decani Monastery is Stefan Decanski's masoleum.
- Meknes: Mausoleum of Sultan Moulay Ismail (architect of Meknes) and mausoleum of Sidi ben Aïssa (founder of Sufi fraternity)
- Nemrut Dag: Mausoleum of Antiochus I
- Nikko: Toshogu Shrine - Mausoleum of Tokugawa Iayasu, First Shogun of Edo period
- Nisa: One of the rooms in the central complex is assumed to have been the masoleum of Mithridates.
- Old City of Jerusalem: Turbat Turakan Hatun Link
- Pasargadae: Mausoleum of Cyrus II (the Great)
- Pyramids (Memphis)
- Qalhat: now dome-less mausoleum of Bibi Maryam
- Rabat: Mohammed V Mausoleum
- Ravenna: Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, Mausoleum of Theodoric
- Rome: Hadrian's Mausoleum (now Sant'Angelo Castle) and Augustus's Mausoleum
- Safi al-Din Ensemble in Ardabil
- Saltaire: Salt Family Mausoleum, at the south side of the church
- Samarkand: Shah-i-Zinda and the Guri Amir Mausoleum
- Shakhrisyabz: Royal Masoleum
- Silk Roads: At Balasagun Link
- Soltaniyeh: Mausoleum of Il-khan Öljeitü
- Strasbourg: Wiki: "the huge, late-Baroque mausoleum of Marshall Maurice de Saxe (1777), created by Jean-Baptiste Pigalle" at Saint Thomas Church
- Sulaiman-Too: Asaf Ibn Burkhiya Masoleum
- Tabriz Bazaar: Sāhib-ul-Amr Mausoleum (nom file)
- Taj Mahal
- Timbuktu: "the nomination enumerates 16 cemeteries and mausoleums" (AB evaluation)
- Tipasa: Kbor er Roumia
- Volubilis: At House of Ephebe
- Walled City of Baku: Mausoleum of Shirvanshah, built in 1434-35 by Shah Khalilulla I for his mother and sons. AND Mausoleum of Seyid Yahya Bakuvi, a court astrologer (also called "Mausoleum of the Dervish")
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