Kooh Sangi park(which means Stone Mountain) is one of the absorbing parks of Mashhad which is so popular all around the country. Most of the heights of the park are covered with stones and the reason for this name is the 2 short Rocky Mountains which exist there. Before Kooh Sangi was actually counted as a park, in the year 1587, this was the place in which Shah Abbas Safavi was crowned as a king. In the year 1901 after building a two-floored building, clustering, fencing, and beautifying by Germans, this place was officially counted as a park. The mayor of Milan at that time, while the park was built, gifted some statues to the park which were later installed on the entrance of the park.
The park is located southwest of Mashhad and in the vicinity of Malek Abad Garden. Kooh Sangi subway station is located at the beginning of Kooh Sangi Boulevard which is one of the most attractive boulevards of Mashhad, and connects the park to the city center.