The Portuguese castle of Chabahar (castle teas)

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The Portuguese castle of Chabahar and its historical events are certainly familiar to any Iranian, but if you are interested in seeing the castle in close proximity to the caves, head to the village of Tis from the suburbs. The fortress, also known as the castle of Tis, belongs to the Islamic era.

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This village, located in a hilly region 5 km northwest of Chabahar, passes through the Levi River. It is surrounded by mountains of Shahbaz, Levi and Bilbah. The Portuguese castle is located in this beautiful village and attracts countless foreign and domestic tourists due to its ancient architecture and its type.
If you went to Tis village, this village is one of the most important needle centers in Chabahar, and its women and girls produce beautiful and admirable industries that make every tourist travel to their homes.
The Portuguese castle or Tis Castle is located 5 km northwest of Chabahar in the village of Tis. The fort is the Islamic era, and its national registration number is 555.

  • Background information

    : In the book of archeology and history of Balochistan, according to Iranian engineer Brigadier Mehdi Khan, "In Tis is a very good fortress, and one side of the body of the castle is attached to the sea, somewhat unfinished in which the building and the practitioners are engaged in it. A large wall has been dragged by the sea, for the purpose of loading, etc. It is a reliable cemetery built by a new castle on a high hill. "
  • Specific information

    This castle is constructed with dimensions of 26 × 54 meters. The width of the building is located in the nose end of the nose, which is a distance of 500 meters from the seawater. In the north-eastern part of the main entrance door there are four postered earrings located behind the vestibule walls. Each of them is a room made with thick beads. It has a porch with two steps, about one meter high above the courtyard. There are rooms in the northeastern corner that are now ruined. Each one has a larger room overlooking the private porch. The style of building (rooms and porches) is similar to the Shah Abbasi Caravanserai of Bisotun, which was built at the time of Shah Suleiman Safavid. On the three sides there are courtyards and chamber rooms in the upper ears
    On the shores of the Oman Sea, there are two great towers on both sides. The right tower, located south, is a room with a porch and a king, which is rectangularly shaped on a pyramidal cube and a tower with a minaret on it and a manhole with a height of 6.5 meters remained. The materials used in the construction of castles, bricks, stones and gypsum, and works of decorations of brick and stone around the flower beds, this minaret has been used for observation, and because of all the tributaries of the tide is necessary and Meanwhile, it is seen at a distance from the sea.
    The construction style and kind of materials used are minarets and Seljuk style earrings. The subsequent repairs in the rooms and porches are more of the Safavid style and style of the Qajar era. At the corner and the edge of the well is tightened using rock and rubble. In the section of the roof there is a castle that may have been brought here from other areas.
    Chinese decorative bricks are similar to the style of decorating the Seljuk period minerals, although they are gone, but the roles of the Arabic line and the Kufi line are distinguished by the effect of bumps and ridges. The size of the rooms is usually 4 × 3 meters or less located either four or four sides of a vast area.

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