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Boroujerdi House was built by the architect of the Tabatabaei House, Ali Maryam.
The oil and watercolor wall paintings of the house are attributed to Qajar era royal painter Kamal-ol-molk (1847-1947) and his uncle Mirza Abolhassan Khan Ghaffari (Sani-ol-molk), who had been dubbed the Rafael...More
this beautiful house is located in Allavi st and it is belong to Sayyed Hasan Natanzi , one of the great merchant in Qajar era , the wind tower of this house is very beautiful and all of the paiting of this house contain on...More
This house is lovely, I have heard that the place was built by a lover! The architecture is breath-taking, everything is so exact you can't believe your eyes. Very interesting, Ihighly recommend it, don't forget your camera!
Among the traditional houses of Kashan, this one isn't very large but gives you a perfect sense of how affluent families lived in Kashan of 19th century.
The windcatcher of this house is an iconic unique one in all the country. The decorations are fantastic...More
Boroujerdi Houses are among the valuable historical monuments built during the Qajar era in Kashan. One of the most interesting features of this historical house is its wind catchers. The house has a courtyard with a fountain pool and a two-story iwan with rooms around...More
this house made by a nice love story , the owner of this house made it just because he wanted to marry the daughter of the owner of tabatabaee house :)
love this place soooo much , amazing architecture , and you can smell LOVE...More
This is another very fine courtyard house, very close to the Tabatabaei House, unique in having an extraordinary domed public salon of great beauty, but also in having a romantic past - the wealthy owner of the Tabatabaei supposedly refusing to permit her daughter to...More
When you visit a city in the boarder of desert and you see such houses with small and pretty gardens, and you go to such rooms with out any A/C and feel chill in summer, you understand how they live in that area for more...More