Duration Of Visit
Best Seasons To Visit
Babaei Street, Qazvin, Qazvin Provine, Iran
Time To Read: 4 Minutes
Also known as
- Narges Garden
- Narges Women's Garden
Geographical location f Narges Park
The park is located in the center of Qazvin city, at the beginning of Martyr Babaei Street, behind the buildings of Maskan Bank.
History and Culture of Narges Park
The park was built in 2009 by the municipality of Qazvin. This park is located in the center of town and is reserved for women. The park hosts various festivals and competitions for women in accordance with the times and occasions.
Architecture of Narges Park
Inside the park, flower arrangements are tailored to the seasons. There is also a section of the park with different bird cages where different species of birds coexist peacefully together. In summer, the park is filled with girls and kids who come to the park with their mothers or grandmothers to spend long summer days. A playground for children is provided at the center of the park. There are also colored ducks in the entrance pond of the park and in the center of the pond is a wooden hut which is a beautiful subject for photography. Of course, if you are allowed to enter the park with your camera! At the end of the park, there is a prayer room where the congregational prayers are celebrated during the holy month of Ramadan. Unlike other parks, the park is open until 12:00 pm and is closed for holidays and testimonies.
Tips and ideas
Right across the street from the park and on Dehkhoda Boulevard there is a shopping center featuring traditional restaurants, fast food, and a coffee shop that you can visit after exercise. It also leads to Palestine and Khayyam intersection, which is Qazvin's new business center, full of boutiques and stylish shops! As a result, you can go to Khayyam Street after a tour of the park, shop for a bit of therapy, and also do some abdominal shopping. Join Iran Negri and enjoy Qazvin's tourist attractions.
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