Bagh-e- Takht is one of the buildings dating from the time of the Atabaks I. It was put up in 1087 A. D. by the Atabak Qaracheh northwest of Shiraz on the slopes of the northern mountain range, and contained extensive and attractive buildings which over time decayed. These are now in charge of the military authorities, who are responsible for their upkeep. ‘ Where the barracks and other military buildings stand today was formerly the large garden of the Bagh-e Takhb which contained a great stone pool also.
Near the Bagh-e Takht and about halfway up the mountain facing it on the north of Shiraz, is a pleasant resort with a wondering view celled Baba Kuhi. Here a small spring of water issues from the mountainsides and a place of recreation have been laid out. The tomb of Sheik Abu Abdullah Ali Ibn Muhammad Shirazi, whose pen name was Baba Kuhi, and who was one of the spiritual guides and mystics of the eleventh century A. D. and Contemporary with Sheikh Abu Abdullah Khafif is to be seen here. He composed poems in Persian, and his works have been collected and published.
From above Baba Kuhi, the whole outline of the city of Shiraz can be viewed, stretching towards the southern and western ranges, and here one of the finest panoramas in Shiraz greets the eyes of the spectator.