On the way from Lahijan to Daylaman is a small and ancient caravansary constructed of brick, stone and gypsum. The same dates back to the Safavid era. Its founder was Khanom Titi, an aunt of one of the Safavid rulers. The exterior walls are constructed of pebbles and mortar, and its interior sections of brick and gypsum. A part of the entrance is an octagonal vestibule with a spherical brick ceiling. It has two balconies overlooking the yard.
The same is located on the Qazvin - Bo'inn Zahra Road and is a remnant from the Safavid age. The structure is a five sided one with two circular towers, and a rectangular ...MORE
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