آژانس آسیا پرواز

 

آژانس آسیا پرواز

 

آژانس آسیا پرواز

 

آژانس آسیا پرواز

 

آژانس آسیا پرواز

 

آژانس آسیا پرواز

 

Ancient House, South Khorasan, Iran
     

Mostowfi's House
National Register No: 11620; Age: Qajar era; Location: Mulla Abdolah Touni Boshravi Avenue, Mostowfi Street.

خانه مستوفی بشرویه

This house, which is located in the west of Miyandeh neighborhood, belongs to the early Qajar era. It has glorious porches with columns. The façade of its rooms and corridors, which can be seen from the yard, is decorated with a type of cassoon known as fusarole. This house differs from other houses in that it includes three successive high windcatchers. Plaster works are seen at the severies of the bays of windcatchers. A precious sunshade, named after this house, is located near it.

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Soltani Historical House (Anthropology Museum of Qaen)
 National registration number: 4807, Oldness: Qajar, Address: Janbazan St., Qaen city center

خانه سلطانی قاین

 The building of the old house of Soltani belongs to Soltani family, one of landlords and grandees of Qaen. This building has been built concurrent with the old building of Haqiqi (Mir) houses and considering lots of similarities (in terms of architectural design and decoration) between these two buildings, the architect of both buildings might have been the same. The original building belongs to the Zandieh era and in the Qajar era some changes have been made in the winter porch. In the early Pahlavi era, a short porch and a few living spaces have been built on the southern flank of the building and on the southern (summer) porch. During later eras, a wall has been made between the two rooms to reduce their space. It has caused the remaining space on the attached back wall to be converted into barn and the beauty of the main space to be reduced. The decorations used in the building include customaries, specific decorations of wall stove, decoration of the courtyard plastering, including framing and plaster patterns. The building was purchased in 2003 by the mayor and Islamic Council and was given to the Department of Cultural Heritage to become the Museum of Anthropology so that it would change the activity after a complete restoration. It has caused the remaining space on the attached back wall to be converted into barn and the beauty of the main space to be reduced

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Taghavi's House
National Registration Number: 12578, Age: Qajar Dynasty, Location: Inside old context of Nehbandan

خانه تقوی نهبندان

This building is located inside the old texture of Nehbandan. The building is for Qajar era according to available architectural evidences. Two northern and southern balconies are specific qualification of this building. Having been constructed in twill arch method, the building differs from other forms of buildings in Nehbandan with bays arches. This building has also more height in comparison with other buildings in historical texture of Nehbandan. Spaces in western and eastern sides have cradle cover. There is a passageway in south-east corner ending to stove-chamber. Cover of stove-chamber is made in domed style ending with a smooth leap to a skylight in above. Symmetrical Northern and southern balconies are about one meter higher than western and eastern sides. Surface of floors of balconies is about half a meter higher than surface of courtyard. All around the edge of roofs adjacent over courtyard is decorated with alabaster. There had been a garden behind north balcony with a passageway connected to north side of balcony. Some windows had been designed on two sides of balcony in north side adjacent over the garden.

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Yavari House
National Registeration No: 3680, Age: Safavide-Qajar; Location: Sarbisheh, Barkooh Village

خانه یاوری سربیشه

The house is located in the top of a hill in farmlands inside Sarbishehh City and near the ruins of the old Sarbishehh Castle. The most important architectural elements of the castle are portal, porch, connecting vestibule, central courtyard or court, loggias, several rooms, kitchen, and storerooms. Loggias are located in northern and southern sides of the building. Elements like stove, oven, and firewood room still exist in the kitchen, and the type of ceiling cover is dome. There is a closet near the kitchen where Kankuk (large muddy jars) typical of storing provision and grain are seen. The space is covered by arch and rib technique. Among the most important ornamental elements of the monument, brick geometric ornaments on the entrance facing, eaves of the courtyard, and also paintings of the wall in south side rooms of the building can be implied. With respect to the existing architectural evidences, the building is related to Qajar and early Pahlavi period.

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