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Hosseiniyeh Azam Bargan

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Hosseiniyeh Bargan is related to the Safavid period and is located in Savojbolagh, a small part of the village of Barghan, and this record was registered on February 2, 2003 with the number 10824 as one of the national works of Iran.


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  • Price : Economic
  • Address : Karaj, Kordan Road, Barghan Village, Hosseiniyeh Azam

Hoseinieh Azam, village of Berghan is one of the Safavid monuments that has attracted a lot of tourists.

  • Background information

    The head has been reconstructed in Husseinieh in the year 1367, and its tile has been renamed to the same date as 540 years, that is, the construction of Husseinieh has been attributed to about 860 AH (the time of the reign of the last Shah Rostaddar) and it is probable that the foundation of this building The title relates to the same years, since building each building in one place with this scope and accuracy is often not without precedent and cause. In the eastern part of the eastern part of the Shahshan, the year of construction of the 931 AH building is mentioned, and in the western column, the Shah's name is the architect or the building of the master of Baqer Qazvini. But the second floor of Hosseiniye was later built in Qajar era and its architect was the master of Ismail.
  • Specific information

    The burgans every year in this husseinya set up a satire, and in the first decade of Muharram, at least 10 parliaments are tempted. It should be noted that apart from Hosseiniyeh Azam in the lower part of Barghan, there was another reliance on an ancient date that was rebuilt in 1376. Now reliant on it, too, will be satiated. In the past years, potteries were often local and had a lot of fame in this ritual art, as they were known in Tehran. Local elders and elders say that during the Qajar era, some of the pirates of the first burgānis in the first decade in Tehran relied on the government, and the second decade in Barghan. Available local versions are also the same as those of Tehran. Along with both Husseiniyya is a mosque. Alongside the mosques in the thirteenth century, there was a religious district and a school, even vergae shops and prefixes of books.
  • Outlook

    The Husseinieh building is a trough, and the walls are all from the crust and clay. The ceiling of Hosseinieh has been a permanent covering with steel columns and heavy trusses since 1974, but in the days of the Taziyeh, the ceiling was decorated with a tiny piece of tassel and a large cobbler on three pylons, each with a height of 15 m They were covered with ropes, and they were tied to the beams of the roof. The tent was gathered after a decade of satire and placed in the warehouse. In the old Husseinieh, on the southern side of the building, its width is 2.5 m and its height is up to 2.45 m, and consists of two edges, each of which consists of three parts It is leaked to the wall by the horn of the wood above the frame. Between the two soles, there is a nose attached to a crochet by the five flowers that are on the muzzle. There are 14 flowers on each stick. The heel, in the heel on the ground, embedded on the back, has a colony (Fokur, p. 77) is seen on a lagoon in the ring hollow that catches the needle and needs it.
  • Facilities

    Reliance on the upper square on the northern side of the square (the old graveyard) is located on two floors. The ground floor, or the first, has 10 cellars for the mourning, the king (the northern side of the building, the opposite side), the men's and women's entrance space, the teddy room, the cloakroom, the store room, the stairs, the throne and the floor of the building. This is a special category for men. The second floor has mosques and corridors specially for women.
  • More Info

    Reliance on the upper square on the northern side of the square (the old graveyard) is located on two floors. The ground floor, or the first, has 10 cellars for the mourning, the king (the northern side of the building, the opposite side), the men's and women's entrance space, the teddy room, the cloakroom, the store room, the stairs, the throne and the floor of the building. This is a special category for men. The second floor has mosques and corridors specially for women.
  • Source

    Newspaper, December 22, 2010 No. 24920., Encyclopedia of Iranshahr Historical Architecture, Hamdal Notes

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