In a twist on the archetypal American plaque to its Founding Father, "George Washington Slept Here", Iran now has the tribute "The Supreme Leader Sat Here".
The rock upon which Ayatollah Khamenei sat in May 2005 while taking a rest from trekking a mountain in Kerman has been memorialised. A signpost with his image says the Supreme Leader perched on the spot on 6 May 2005. Some bloggers have given it the less exalted title of "a pilgrimage site for Khamenei's bottom".
Maya Neyestani has an alternative inscription, "Marking the Place Where Grandpa Spat":