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Prince Mahan (Shazdeh Garden)

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Prince Mahan Garden is one of the most well-known works of UNESCO in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Prince's Garden, also known as the Shrine Garden, is one of the most beautiful traditional gardens in Iran, located about 2 km from the city of Mahan and around the city of Kerman, on the slopes of the Tigran Mountains, and is related to the late Qajar period.

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The Prince's Garden (Shazdeh Mahan Garden) is surrounded by a rectangular 5-acre rectangular wall facing the summit of Mount Jupar in the south of the garden, and so the inner and outer worlds of the garden are very different from each other. Inside the Prince's garden is very lush and full of fruit trees and watery streams, but outside of the garden is the desert, and this is the reason why the attraction of visiting the prince's garden (the shrine of Mahan garden) doubles.
The Shrine Garden (Shahid Mahan Garden) is very beautiful and is made of two facades. Also, the head of the Shazdeh Gardens has a very beautiful architecture that distinguishes it from other Iranian gardens.

  • Background information

    The Prince's Garden (Shazdeh Mahan Garden) was originally built on the orders of Mohammad Hassan Khan, Sardar Iravani, the ruler of the time of Kerman, and the building inside it later built by the governor of Kerman, Abdulhamid Mirza Naser al-Dawlah, during his eleven years of rule (1298 AH to 1309 AH) And with his death, the monument was abandoned. It is said that when the news of the sudden death of the ruler was taken to Mahan, a building that was completing the building's interior, the tile of clay in his hand tightened the wall and left the job and escaped. For this reason, empty spaces can be seen on the entrance. The monument of the garden is 1276 solar.
  • Specific information

    The Prince's Garden (Shazdeh Mahan Garden) is an example of Iranian garden beds and is constructed on a rectangular land with a total area of five and a half acres and has a beautiful entrance entrance.

    The gardens are the main crescent, the permanent residence or the owner's season at the upper end of the garden. The interior of the house at the entrance of the garden is a linear building of the front entrance of the garden and is built in two floors. The upper floor has rooms designed for living and dining. Other garden services are used by the main fence, and in the form of a wall of composite buildings, the services are located in the right places.
    The Prince's Garden (Shazdeh Mahan Garden), in addition to the courtyard, includes the Mansion and Baths. Now the king's part is converted into a restaurant and run by the private sector. There are many fruit trees in the garden, and in the front of the mansion, pools and fountains have created a beautiful waterfall. The water source is the Tiger's small river garden. Massoudi has studied the construction of this garden from various aspects of architecture and the role of water in it.

    An oval large ocean in the rectangular spray in the front of the entrance. The building of the entrance hall in the two floors, especially with the architectural transparency of the second floor, is the interface between the external reality and the inner reality. Experience the relatively narrow space of the pre-entrance street and the paucus in the small, relatively closed vestibule on the floor of the same level places the previous instilling sensory conditions in a marvelous proportion to the experience of the garden's very open space.
    At the end of the Prince's Garden (Shazdeh Mahan Garden), the white and delightful view of the "high house" building, the reception and residence of the main owner of the garden, brings with it all the finer. This gable with a relatively narrow geometry draws a noticeable portion of the garden's width into two floors, and extends up to three floors in the central porch facing the main axis. On both sides of the waterfall, two sidewalks and two rows of shader trees on both sides of the pedestal intensify the importance of the central axis from top to bottom, and shadows on its bed from the top to the waterfall.
    In the front of the hallway to the garden, the first large bed consists of an intermediate platform, approximately to the width of the building and the peripheral plots (fruit gardens). On the middle platform of this bed, which is formed in front of the entrance to the cluster, access to the second floor of the cluster can be accessed through the internal staircase. The surface is narrow, flat and wide on both sides of the garden to the end of the towers, and forms the distance between the plots and the rooms on both sides of the courtyard. These rooms rely on the wall of the garden in rows and form the combined northeastern fence that leads to two towers of care.
  • Outlook

    The fountains of that eye stroke every visitor. These fountains along the garden are the most beautiful fountains of Iranian gardens. Because other Iranian gardens have fewer fountains or if they have not been so beautiful. The beautiful fountains of the prince's garden are based on the difference in height and no other force, which is the reason for the intelligence of the people of Kerman.
  • More Info

    Prince Mahan Garden near the shrine of Shah Nematollah Vali was built at the age of eleven by Abdulhamid Mirza Naser al-Dawlah Farmahfarma, and with his death he was left with a half-built garden. It is said that when the news of the sudden death of the ruler was taken to Mahan, a building that was completing the building's interior, the clay tile in his hand tightened the wall and left the job. That's why the empty spaces of the tiles can be seen on the entrance to the garden.
    Every year tourists visit this beautiful Iranian garden and enjoy the beauty and refreshing beauty. This garden is one of 9 Iranian gardens, translated by UNESCO in 35 languages. It is located on the UNESCO map of tourism. The bog Chazadeh has entered the UNESCO World Register on May 30, 2011.

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