The memorial complex Sultan Saodat is a family tomb of the Seyid dynasty. Its name translates as "the king of happiness."
The memorial is spread over four hectares and consists of one hundred and forty-three structures. This is a whole complex, which includes: a mausoleum, a mosque, a khanaka. All buildings were built during the sixth-seventh centuries, the material of their walls is burnt bricks.
The buildings were gradually added one to one, the result was a very beautiful elongated courtyard, the length of which is equal to seventy meters. The western part of the courtyard is closed by the very first mausoleum, and in the east it is closed by darvaza-hana, across the road from which there is a khanaka.
The most interesting mausoleum is located on the northern edge of the complex; its construction dates back to the 11th century. The founder of the Sayyid's clan, Hasan al Emir, rests there.
The portal of a square building topped with a huge dome rises fifteen meters and is the highest part of the ensemble. Even in antiquity, craftsmen decorated it with glazed tiles. Especially beautiful is the majolica facing tiles of the decor, decorated with glaze and painted with unusual multicolored painting.
The dome of the mausoleum rests on arches and sails lined with burnt bricks. The facade is decorated with paired bricks with inserts of carved "bows" covered with turquoise glaze.
It also uses "Christmas tree" masonry, ribbons of figured carved bricks, geometric and floral motifs. The curly brickwork of the walls is special. The bricks were laid in pairs, they crowned a huge dome and gave the building grandeur, solemnity and volume. The ensemble with domes of amazing beauty, light, as if floating mosques are amazing masterpieces of medieval architects.
The most recent building, the entrance portal that closes the eastern façade, was erected at the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries.