Narenjestan-e Qavam Garden or the Qavam House is a historic house and museum in Shiraz. The magnificent mansion is an architectural marvel from the Qajar era and is located within a 3,500 square-meter garden.
Hasht Behesht historical edifice (Hashtbehesht Palace) was constructed during the reign of Shah Soleiman Safavid. Today, only a minor portion of the grounds remains. However, tile work with interesting designs, which are the remnants of this palace can ...
At the center of Shiraz, lies an old school that once was one of the biggest study centers of Iran. Having been founded in the early 18 century AD, by the governor of Shiraz at the time, Allaah Verdi Khan and with the support of Shah Abbas, the Safavid king, was once among the scholastic centers where Shiite Fiqh was taught and, owing to his renowned master, Mulla Sadra, the Iranian philosopher, was then highly recognized.
Emarat-e Masoudieh is one of the most beautiful palaces of Qajar era. Because of the rich history and fresh architecture style, the palace is a popular touristic spot and an important historical site. The walls and halls decorated in a mixed Iranian-European style, tell the visitors stories from the past, charming and mysterious.
Khorshid Palace in Kalat Nader city of Iran (khorasan Razavi Province), was built in Afsharid dynasty after subjugating India by Nader Shah. This unique cylindrical palace built of black marble at Seventeenth Century.
Darakeh valley is located the north of Tehran city along a gushing river near Evin and Velenjak. Through out the length of this valley, numerous gardens exist providing recreational scope and beautiful landscapes, best in spring and summer seasons.
Also known as Gulshan Garden was constructed in 1863, One of the oldest gardens in Shiraz, Located in the affluent Afif-Abad district of Shiraz. It contains a former royal mansion, a historical weapons museum, and a Persian garden, all open to the public.
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