Aminiha Hosseiniyeh
Aminiha Hosseiniyeh
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Ask Me Iran
Yazd, Iran162 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2022
Aminiha House and Hosseiniyeh is a beautiful luxurious house in Qazvin which was built in the west of Dezej River by Haj Mohammad Reza Amini, one of wealthy merchants of Qazvin.
Later, the river was replaced by Molavi Street in Pahlavi dynasty. Aminiha Hosseiniyeh is a shining example of traditional houses. Today, four yards and various parts have remained on the ground floor and in the basement.

The house belongs to Haj Mohammad Reza Amini, a reputable merchant, and a part of it was devoted to Hosseiniyeh in 1275 AH (1858 AD).
Written December 12, 2022
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Ahmad Sarikhani
Tehran, Iran16 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2019 • Friends
House and Husseinieh Aminiyah are beautiful buildings in Qazvin city, built by one of the old merchants of this city in 1858 AD (1237 AD). The building has three halls and a large covered area with a mirror.

House and Husseinieh Amini by Haj Mohammad Reza Amini, a reliable and faithful merchant in the city of Qazvin. The provincial capital of the same name, 150 km northwest of Tehran in 1858 AD (1237 AD), was built during the Qajar era, part of which is for holding a mourning ceremony Mohammad's recitement is endowed. The most beautiful part of this house, which attracts many tourists every year, consists of three parlors, parallel to the eastern side of the west, and are linked by beautiful arbors; arched in the architecture of the old houses are said to be lattice windows. Which open and close vertically.

The Amini halls are located between the two northern and southern courtyards, each with courtyards leading from the north and east. The middle hall is larger than two other chambers, 18 meters long and five meters wide, and two north and south halls, each with a length of 10 and a width of five meters, and at the eastern and western ends of each of these halls, two small rooms has it.
Written May 17, 2019
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Sheilagh
Atlanta, GA97 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2014 • Family
I went there in 2014 and i was left with a shocking experience. The colors, the art, the glasses are superb. The place is peaceful and meditative. I was surprised to see how one rooms opens the door for another room and so on.

Also, the man who worked there and opened the door for us was kind. we went on weekend when it was closed and we didn't know. but he opened the doors only for us. I would go again whenever i visit Iran in future! hopefully.
Written April 12, 2015
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Ali Nazifpour
Tehran, Iran30 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Family
It's an interesting house with beautiful architecture but it's a bit too expensive for how small it is and there are no guides on the historical significance of the house. Especially in comparison with other historical houses in Iran (eg the ones in Kashan) it's rather average. Still recommended to those who are visiting Qazvin.
Written April 27, 2024
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Azita Asadi
Qazvin, Iran26 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Friends
If you want to visit a 120 years old nice building which is still alive, Aminiha Hosseiniyeh is one of the best suggestions. The mirror and colored glass used in wooden window frames are very attractive.
Written December 10, 2018
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Parastoooo
Tehran, Iran949 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2016 • Friends
One of the most beautiful old houses I have ever seen. It has many rooms decorated with wooden and colorful windows and mirrors on the walls. Opening hours in from 9-13 and 16-18 (closed at 13-16).
Written September 18, 2016
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Behzadt89
Tabriz, Iran11 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2019 • Couples
Have been there in Feb 2019, totally showing a traditional house of Iranians.
having plenty of Big windows to direct the sunlight into the rooms. Moreover, this house resembles me a maze because there were number of rooms opening in other rooms.
Written August 29, 2019
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Greg G
London, UK28 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019 • Friends
Nice building for history and local architecture. In all fairness though there are more impressive places to see, including in Qazvin. It is free though, so if you are around go for it: the garden is nice and refreshing, and it's a small haven in this busy city especially in the summer heat.
Written August 1, 2019
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VillaBox
Tehran, Iran94 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019
Aminiha Hosseiniyeh is a historic house in Qazvin, Iran. Built in 1858, it comprises 16 interconnected structures, constructed by a merchant called, Haj Mohammad Reza Amini. The public mourning area or Hosseinieh consists of three parallel halls running in an east to west direction with wooden sash windows that are inter linked with each other.
The southern halls boast of 9 latticed worked sash windows with coloured panes. Its ceiling is adorned with painting and mirror works. The center hall has rounded alcoves adorned with ornate mirror and plasterwork. This hall is connected to the northern and southern halls by two sets of five doors. On the semi-circular segment over the doors leading to the northern porch fine emblems in connection with the twelve months (of the year) can be noted. The ceiling of this hall is adorned with plaster and mirror, in addition to paintings on wood.

The section under the halls comprises sectors such as the cellar, basement, store room, and kitchen which have access to the northern and southern courtyard. The north facing wall of the southern courtyard is of stone with innumerable embossments.

The buildings are open to visitors year round, between the hours of 9 am to 1 pm, and 5 pm to 8 pm.
Written May 15, 2019
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gatetopersia
Shiraz, Iran39 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Family
Aminiha Hosseiniyeh is a beautiful house in Qazvin that was built by Late Haj Mohammad Reza Amini, one of the Qazvin's merchants.
Written September 11, 2018
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