Iran Houses

Iran Houses: Top rated tourist attractions(Historical-Architectural)

The most Beautiful Houses of Iran; Architectural art, like other arts, is of particular importance to Iranians. The style of the architecture of Iranian mansions and houses is not only influenced by many factors such as: geographic location, climate diversity, customs, religious ceremonies, morale, morals, as well as: occupation, social, economic, cultural and religious status of the owners of the building Housess, but also from certain architectural principles such as the human aspect of architecture, observance of the level and proportion, the use of indigenous materials, the implementation of the map, the attention to the inner part in order to preserve human dignity and ultimately follow the courtyard Is.

Iranian architects and artists also had a special care and obsession in decorating and creating beauty in the buildings, so that these talents and creations can be found on engravings on rocks, plasterings, paintings, mirrorings , The tiling and the benefits of the work done on the remaining architectures.

Tabatabaei house

The Tabatabaei house is the bride of the houses of Iran. Its flawless architecture and superbly beautiful appearance have brought it a reputation for it. Tabatabaei 's House is one of the most valuable houses in Iran, which can be seen in that the elements of Iranian architecture and is a masterpiece of Kashan's architecture

The historic Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse is an example of the most unique Iranian baths in terms of architecture and decoration with an area of 1102 square meters in the ancient city of Kashan. The bath dates back to Seljuk and Qajar. One of the important items of this building is lime and plaster, with its 17 luminous layers representing its age.

Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse
Darougheh Historical House

The Darougheh Historical House is related to the Qajar period and is located in Mashhad, and this work has been recorded as one of the national works of Iran.

This work was erected at the end of the Qajar period on the orders of Mashhad's dagger(Darougheh),Yousef Khan Herati, in an area of about 1,100m2. Mashhad's Darougheh(dagger) House is based in the traditional way of Iranian historical houses (three sides of construction), and its architectural elements, in particular the plan of two-way staircases and decoration, represent the modeling of Russian architectural designs.

The Kolah Farangi Citadel is one of the monuments of Birjand. The Kolah Farangi Citadel was built in the Qajar period between the ages of 1264 and 1313 AH and is currently located in the Birjand governorate. Formerly also known as the Hessam al-Dawlah Citadel, the Bibi Bride's Palace and the Arg e Sarkar. Regardless of its ziggurat form, the floor has the most complete layout and space, and the front porch has been built in front of the floor, creating a beautiful arch with several arches. Registration has been registered as one of Iran's national monuments.

Kolah Farangi in Birjand