Al-Rashid Mausoleum is a historical mausoleum in Isfahan, Iran. It dates back to the Seljukid era and is located on the northern bank of Zayanderud beside the Shahrestan bridge. This structure is the burial place of Al-Rashid, the 30th Abbasid caliph, who left his palace and fled from Baghdad to Isfahan, when Mahmud of Ghazni captured Baghdad. Two years later, Al-Rashid was stabbed and killed by Hashshashins in 1138. The only decorative element of the mausoleum is a stucco Kufic inscription.