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Bagh Harandi Kerman

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Harandi Garden of Kerman, located at the beginning of Ferdowsi Avenue, is one of the buildings of Qajar era in this city. The existence of two archaeological and traditional instruments has made it more credible for Kermanians and instrumentalists. Traditional and ancient works


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This collection was considered due to a few days of Reza Khan's stop on his expulsion route and was donated by the owner of the garden to the Ministry of Culture and Arts in 1354.

Harandi Garden was used as a building for the Kerman Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization, and now the ground floor of the building is considered to be the Museum of Traditional Musical Instruments and its first floor as an archaeological museum visited by enthusiasts.

  • Background information

    This collection was considered due to the repression of Reza Khan's journey of exile on a few days, and was donated by the owner of the garden to the Ministry of Culture and Arts in 1354.

    Harandi Garden was used as a building for the Kerman Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization, and now the ground floor of the building is considered to be the Museum of Traditional Musical Instruments and its first floor as an archaeological museum visited by enthusiasts.
  • Specific information

    Archaeological Museum: The purpose of this museum is the introduction of the ancient and ancient civilizations of Kerman province and their historical connection with neighborhoods.
    In this museum, the historical works of Shahdad civilizations, the cultural area of Haleerrud, the historical period of Kerman province and the Islamic section are displayed.
    Clay objects, stone beads and metal plaques are among the objects that are seen in the Shahdad civilization section of this museum. Archeological excavations show that the third and fourth thousandth millennium BC in the Shahdad (with the old name of Khaybis) survived the artisan people who built stone and metal tools into the areas of Turkestan, Sindh, southern shores of the Persian Gulf And Mesopotamia.
    From the cultural area of Halil Rood, fine elegant gray paintings are exhibited with beautiful designs of this area, which belonged to at least 5,000 years ago.
    Also exhibited from the Achaemenid era Jazmurian period include pottery, plate, jug, thermos and rituals leading to horseback riders, rams and cows. Hijri has been shown in the period of the Safavids, Albayeh, and also Seljuk period.
    Traditional Musical Instruments: The Kerman Museum of Traditional Instruments has been opened in 2002 and features instruments such as Qishak, Santour, Law, Rabab and Oud, which are among the artistic works of professors such as Yahya, Nariman and Saud.
    250 instruments are kept at the Museum of Museums. Some of these instruments are donated by Professor Hossein Masood, founder of the museum and the other part of Mr. Tohidi's personal collection, which is the result of his research years and a collection of Keyvan Pahlavan, which is part of the National Instrument , Instrumental (local) and international instruments. Jamil Kermani, pointing out that these instruments are unsurpassed in their kind and made by the best masters of the field, says: "We are currently trying to capture the sound of individual instruments with the help of artists, in order to allow visitors to listen to the sound of each instrument separately. They do.
  • More Info

    Kerman Garden of Harandi is a collection of interior, exterior, spring sleep, kitchen bathroom, serviced rooms, gulls, dock, waterfalls, stables and various trees that has undergone many changes over time.
    The water supply of the trees of the garden was provided with a garden well and a garden dowel, which, thankfully, has a gouverard and all its equipment in the corner of the lunch garden of the garden.
    Also, the car used to be used by Reza Khan during its time in Kerman was publicly displayed after reconstruction in this garden.

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