Cabs Gongbei Tower (Iran) is a 53-meter tomb, AD 1006 by Cabs Iben Worth Mill ( Qābus ibn voshmgir) is built, close to the ruins of the ancient city of Jorjan, the Gorgan River, Iran, is a testimony between the Central Asian nomad and the ancient civilization of Iran.
Cabs Gongbei is also the only memory of Zhuo Hua City. Zhuo Ancient City was an art and science center, but the 14th century and 15th centuries were destroyed in Mongolian invasion. Gongbei Tower is an outstanding technological innovation model of Islamic architecture and has an impact on the religious ceremonies of Iran, Anatolia and Central Asia. The tower is made of unaclazed sintered bricks, and its intricate geometry constitutes a diameter of 15.5 meters to 17 m scorpion cone, and the top of the tower is also a conical brick structure. Cabs Gongbei Tower represents the development of Muslim world in mathematics and scientific development. The "World Heritage List" was selected in 2012.