Qajar Twin Water Mill

Qajar Twin Water Mill, Shahdad: Address, Phone Number, Qajar Twin Water Mill Reviews: 5/5

Qajar Twin Water Mill
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Twin Water mill our ancestors,used to grind wheat and other cereals to make flour By Having two towers of water and more than 200 years old(related to Qajars),it's a unique species of Iranian water millsِ It had been working 50 years ago and there are over 10 other Ones In the Shahdad area,all of which have been completely Destroyed by the earthquake in 1360, and this is only the same One remains.
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Parya s
Iran90 contributions
nice and wonderful
Jun 2019
It seems great and have big talent of iranian people behind this wonderful water mills! that was made and used in past.
also it is great idea to repair it👍🏻👍🏻
Written June 8, 2019
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Kashkiloo house
Shahdad, Iran40 contributions
"Unique and Engineered" Nice experience in Shahdad
Jun 2019 • Family
our ancestors,used to grind wheat and other cereals to make flour.
By Having two towers of water and more than 200 years old,it's a unique species of Iranian water millsِ
It had been working 50 years ago and there are over 10 other Ones In the Shahdad area, all of which have been completely Destroyed by the earthquake in 1360, and this is only the same One remains.

First of all,This building has really been on the TAMADON street of Shahdad.
But the name(TAMADON) was not registered on Google, I had to register it with the closest street.
I remember my grandfather used it.
The first thing you see
A watch towerِ.
2 stokeholes or water towers, which played the role of guiding the water of aqueduct in the mill.
Go inside
You see a number of rooms
for the rest of the people
Feeding their animals
And warehouse were used.
Look at the beautiful architecture of the building.that's related to Qajars
And perhaps our Ancestors masterpiece in this building is where to prevent water waste, after using water behind the blades of the mill system, water is redirected out of the mill and for other uses in agriculture and drinking Was used,really unique.

I hope that it will be repaired soon
At first glance you see ruins
It's actually a masterpiece of engineering
Written June 2, 2019
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