The visitor can find a big shrine, named Salman Paak including the tomb of the
great Companion Salman al-Mohammadi, the loyal son of Islam, in the area which
tourists visit to see the ruins of al-Madain where Kossra Arch stands.
Salman was a young man when he left the Iranian land. He visited many cities and
towns in Turkey, Shaam, Iraq, and Hijaz. After a long life of Jihad and of
worship, he died at al-Madain.
Worth mentioning, the people of Madain called him Salman Paak. "Paak" is a
Persian word meaning clean.
Yes! Salman was clean-hearted. And, he was a member of the Prophet's family.