Qajar Museum ( Amir Nezam House )

Qajar Museum ( Amir Nezam House )

Qajar Museum ( Amir Nezam House )
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arz n
96 contributions
Family
Qajar museum is located near "tombs of poets" , about 5 minutes walking distance.A beautiful building with a nice big garden and a museum displaying jewelries, coins, weapons, cloths . ..,belonging to Qajar denasty, worths visiting.
Written April 2, 2019
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mahboobeh r
TEHRAN23 contributions
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If you are interested in visiting museums and historic sites you can enjoy The Qajar Museum (Amir Nezam House ) in Tabriz.
Beside the attraction of very beautiful building , museum has various parts . The old coins and part of musical instruments were very attractive for me .
Written January 23, 2015
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Anahit E
Sydney, Australia10 contributions
Friends
A historical building in Tabriz , in this museum you can learn alot about the Qajar denisty.First we had a walk in the garden full of beautiful roses and took some pictures . The traditional Iranian architecture of the building would be interesting for tourists but infact it’s a combination of Europian and Iranian style.it would be more efficient if a schematic plan was available for visitors. The guide in the upper floor is quite helpful and knowlegeable.paying s visit would be interesting.
Written May 4, 2018
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MohammadNejad
Tehran, Iran2,070 contributions
Family
Qajar museum originally is one of old luxury buildings in Tabriz . located in old part of city next to Poets tomb .there are many other similar buildings in Tabriz but this one can be listed as one of the best . the building has been renovated very good and no doubt any visitor enjoy building architecture and like to take some pictures. inside of the building is a museum with collections of Qajar density period like as coins , clothes , music instruments ,weapons ..... there are also sculpture of famous faces of Tabriz like as Aboulhassan Eghbal Azar great musician, ....
in my idea visiting of Qajar museum is a must in Tabriz , it is wonderful when you stand in bid hall of the building with colorful windows in a sunny day .
Written January 7, 2018
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Fahimeh H
Babol, Iran25 contributions
Friends
it's infact a big house that one day in past a family was living in
these days it is changed to a museum i like it because of its garden and beautiful windows
Written September 22, 2017
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Fatma0001
Kuwait City, Kuwait5 contributions
Family
The museum is set in a restored house\pakace of a nobleman. The artifacts displayed represent the Qajar period of the Iranian history. Lovely local and imported artifacts by various rulers and noblemen. Unfortunately the description tags are deficient and if there the explanation would be in Farsi mostly. Requires more display of info. The glass cases reflect the surrounding light making it difficult to get good pictures. But I enjoyed the museum especially the clothing and woven artifacts of the period.
There is also a stand to buy lively hand made pottery items by a local artist.
Written August 7, 2016
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hamed_TourGuide
19 contributions
Friends
first time i went to this place ,i never Expected it could be amazing museum. all of the things you see in it, from Qajar era.
each room you go is more interesting than other .
it take 1 hour to see all part of museum.
Written September 27, 2015
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Farnaz_he
Tabriz, Iran19 contributions
A lovely and beautiful garden and building with Symmetrical architecture, I especially loved the basement with the great handwriting letters was hanged on the wall.
Written February 18, 2020
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DrAliHalajian
Polokwane, South Africa567 contributions
Friends
A nice house from Qajar era. With a beautiful garden with seats to sit and enjoy.
Now the house is a museum with lots of nice displays.
Many English mistakes in translations.
Such museum need to have professional curators.
Written October 4, 2019
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iranwelcomesyou
Shiraz, Iran52 contributions
before, building used to be Iranian ambassador to Europe & now it is still in use as museum. This museum has an astonishing facade with beautiful fountains makes here more attractive. in addition inside, there are lots of Works belong to Qajar era (19th Century AD) which are very eye catching.There are a lot of rooms, each having a different theme. you will enjoy amazing architecture of the Qajar era.
Written September 5, 2019
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