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If you divide each facet of this construction in half the left and right side are exactly the same.
Unfortunately it is not maintained as good as Tabatabaei house, otherwise it would have been even more fantastic.
This is by far my favorite house in Kashan . It is very big , still in renovation . All these beautiful rooms , private garden and area , the public area . The art work on the walls and ceiling so refine and honestly...More
I spent a day in Kashan visiting Fin Garden, Tbatabaee House, Abbasian House, Central Mosque and Noosh Abad Underground City, plus lunch at Manouchehri Restaurant. It was was a pleasant experience that I recommend everyone.
But based on my one-day experience I came to this...More
Abbasian traditional house (also known as “Khane-ye Abbasiha” or “Khan-e Abbasian”) is another of the traditional houses in Kashan, dating back to the Qajar period in the late 18th century.The Abbasian house consists of six buildings and numerous courtyards.Typical for the architecture of the time,...More
i saw this beautiful historic house for many times and I know that it was built in Qajar times according to the order of Haj Abrahim Kashi one of the famouse man in Kashan
,the surface of this house is around 50000 rials, it has...More
Near the other houses in kashan, the most complex one of them is this one. The house has every thing an Irainian historic house can offer. If you're visiting Kashan or you're near it, i recommend you to visit this place.
The Abbasian House is one of the traditional houses that you can visit in Kashans old town.
From outsite the building you may not guess the dimension that are behind the walls and explain the live of wealthy people (e.g. merchants) in the past.