Saraye Vazir is one of the Sara (corridor) of Qazvin’s bazaar and has an extensive courtyard and you can find everything here.
Ovan lake is located in Alamut region of Qazvin province (North East of Qazvin). After passing about 80 km from Qazvin city, you will reach the lake. Ovan lake as told in history, has been created by landslides about five handred years ago. There are no rivers flow into this lake and its water is supplied by water effervescency of the lake's base and rainfall.
Sheikh al-Islam school-mosque was made by Mirza Masoud Sheikh al-Islame Qazvini in 1321 AH and has been added to the old school (for the past centery).
Some locals believe that the towers are Imamzadeh (mausoleum) and they refer to them as “Qosha Imam” (two Imam). Others, on the other hand, believe that they belonged to Saljuq (Saljuk) Rulers. Even Muhammad I Tapar (In Turkish, Tapar means “he who obtains, finds”) son of Seljuq Sultan Malik Shah I, hold Kharraqan as his royal office.
Darbe Koshk Gate was one of the gates of Qazvin city during the Qajar dynasty. During this period there were 9 gates around Qazvin that were connected to eachother by the walls around the city.
Aminniha hosseiniye is located in Molavi Street You can arrive to this place from Montazeri street or Ansari street. As you know, many historic houses in Iran have been destroyed and destroyed over time. So we need to know more about the limited number of monuments that exhibit absolute beauty. The special architecture and amazing decorations of the sash windows (Orsi) and the colored glass used in the main hall of this Husseinie, are its special features.
It was built in the late Qajar dynasty. Sardar Mokhofam's mansion was once the Amirkabir’s Cultural Center and today is the Ministry of foreign affairs in Qazvin. The museum has exhibited donated works of Dr. Salehi since enterprise of the ministry of foreign affairs from 89 to 92 AH.
Shah Bathhouse is one of the oldest and largest bathhouses in Qazvin, which was built in 1057 AH during Safavid dynasty. Its located in in Imam Khomeini street and at the passage of Obaid Zakan st, Qazvin Province, Iran.
There are stories to the natives that they say about returning of the goblins and devils and that they have made these holes.Therefore, they sometimes call it Div Eyvan.
The castle located at Bahram Abad Village in Abyek County, Qazvin Province. Historian said this castle dated back to the Pre-Islamic era and for nearly two centuries, and belonged to Nizari Ismaili state (aka Alamut State) and after the invasion of Hulagu Khan; it also played a significant role in the political struggle until the end of the Safavid era. The castle is right next to the Sepid Rud River, on the top of the high and rocky lake. The distance of the castle to the Bahram Abad is 18km by car and then you should walk around 3km in the south to the castle.
Sabzeh Meydan has a beautiful green landscape with an artificial pond right in the center. Since 2018, the front street has turned to a sidewalk and on special occasions, enormous decorative symbols are placed accordingly. In Norouz (Persians new year feast) the street is designed with a big "Haft Sin" whereas in Yalda (the longest night of the year) there are plenty of different kinds of nut, huge watermelons, etc.
Municipality Mansion is the first municipal building in Iran that belongs to the Qajar dynasty and the Qazvin Municipality complex (now called Baladiyeh Museum) was built and owned by the Russian company named Shoosheh.
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