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The Stone (Haft-Tanan) Museum

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Small but lovely museum worth visiting

This was a little out of the way but was a little gem once inside ! You would have to love... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2016
SydneyAustraliaGreg
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Daylesford, Australia
Recommended for art lovers

I accidently passed by the place on a spring day after walking in the mountain park nearby.The... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2016
Nazanin A
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Shiraz, Iran
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Haft Tanan Blvd | Adabiat Cross Rd, Shiraz 71364, Iran
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Reviewed 28 May 2018

The museum has been ignored during the tours but it can be included as you will visit Hafez tomb and Jahan Nama Garden as it is a few minutes far from mentioned sites.Its beautiful building that show the beauty of traditional IRanian house as back...More

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Reviewed 6 February 2018

The Museum of the Museum "Ribat Haftnmanan" is one of the oldest historical places in Shiraz. This museum dates back to the Zandieh era, and its mansion houses the buildings of the Karim Khan period. This garden is located in Ben Kooh forty officials and...More

1  Thank amirhossein f
Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

There are occupied with a lot of artistic stones belong to various eras. Also , seven important Islamic scientists are buried. Take a picture, rest for a while

Thank EhsanGhasrfakhri
Reviewed 30 May 2017

Showing the art of stone in Persian culture. It's good to visit this place, Especially for visitors who interesting in stone

2  Thank Javad A
Reviewed 28 June 2016

This was a little out of the way but was a little gem once inside ! You would have to love sculpture and antiquities to be really interested ! Crammed full of stone carvings and statues and stone reliefs ! Set in a lovely garden...More

2  Thank SydneyAustraliaGreg
Reviewed 15 April 2016 via mobile

I accidently passed by the place on a spring day after walking in the mountain park nearby.The edifice was under restoration but still you could watch the spectacular paintings of 3 bible stories on walls and traditional trabecular windows and the garden was beautifully designed...More

Thank Nazanin A
Reviewed 18 November 2015

Haft tanan means seven people who were hero at centuries ago.this house was their residency and there are a lot of tombs of them here(old tomb that are stone made)

1  Thank reza j
Reviewed 2 September 2015

The place is so romantic and has lots of flowers and green plants. It is good if someone could sit there for a while and get relaxed, cause I felt the energy of the place is so high due to the great seven unknown mystics...More

1  Thank Mohsen A
Reviewed 21 August 2015

this museum is located near Darvazeh-qoran of Shiraz. seven Mystics of Iran were buried in this small garden, you can see some handmade stuffs with stone such as graves and etc.

1  Thank nila j
Reviewed 6 May 2015

I guess it's not a very popular tourist spot, but it's really lovely! A big and beautiful garden, some old stones, fantastic mansion, completely empty .. It was the highlight of our trip!

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