Hideout of the Assassins

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At least, till the Mongol Hoards took them out.

Hassan-i Sabbāh (Persianحسن صباحArabicحسن الصباح‎ Hassan aṣ-Ṣabbāḥ, c. 1034-1124) was a PersianNizārī Ismā'īlī missionary who converted a community in the late 11th century in the heart of the AlborzMountains of northern Iran. The place was called Alamut and was attributed to an ancient king of Daylam. He founded a group whose members are sometimes referred to as the Hashshashin.

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