Falak-ol-Aflak Fort is a
in the city center of Khorramabad in Lorestan province. Falak-ol-Aflak is also known as the Castle of the twelve tower castle. Situated on a hill overlooking the city of Khorramabad, near the river, in the center of the city, Falak-ol-Aflak is the most remarkable historical and tourist monument in the city. The fortress dates back to the Sassanid period.
About sixty-five years after the death of Hafiz Shams al-Din Muhammad Yaghmai, in 1452 BC the ruler of Fars province built a dome-shaped mansion over the tomb of Hafiz
and built a large pond in front of it, which was filled with water from Rokn abad. After that, during his reign over Fars, Karim Khan Zand built a tomb in the style of his buildings on the tomb of Hafiz and laid a marble stone on its tomb, which remains the tombstone to this day.