Amir Nezam House in Tabriz

Amir Nezam House in Tabriz 10/05/2019

Tabriz as a city which is locate in northwestern parts of Iran, contains many historical monuments. Tabriz through these historical monuments represents its architectural transition throughout its deep history. Within these monuments the history of Ilkhanid, Safavid and Qajar eras can be traced. Such memorials are among the well-known Tabriz tourism attractions. During the first half of the 19th century until 1925, Tabriz was the traditional dwelling of the Qajar dynasty. Therefore, in the Qajar period, it played a crucial role. Therefore if you are going to travel Iran and you are eager to know about Qajar, Ilkhanid and Safavid you should pay visit to Tabriz or you should ask your Tabriz tours to take you to the most well- known places of this beautiful city. Following as a Tabriz tour we are going to introduce you Amir Nezam House in Tabriz which is a relic of Qajar era. Therefore we will cover its history, location and near Tabriz tourism attractions such as childhood house of Parvin Etesami, Pottery Museum of Tabriz, Saheb-ol-Amr Mosque of Tabriz, Imāmzādeh Hamzah and Qari bridges of Tabriz

Amir Nezam House in Tabriz 
One of the most gorgeous house museums in the East Azerbaijan is Amir Nezam House in Tabriz which is known as Qajar Museum. This house is mostly recommended by Tabriz tours. In this mansion, traditional Qajar architecture style is entirely obvious. By visiting Amir Nezam House in Tabriz you can travel in time especially Qajar dynasty lifestyle and traditions. Amir Nezam House was constructed by Amir Nezam Garosi. He was one of the writers and politicians during Qajar era. It was the year 1991 that Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization of Iran bought this house and altered it into to Qajar Museum. Amir Nezam House in Tabriz has a total area of 3,000 square meters. The main building has been constructed in two floors with the porch which has 16 beautiful columns. Amir Nezam House has two internal and external courtyards. There exists pools and gardens that are around it and increase its loveliness and attractiveness. Amir Nezam House is the manifestation of Iranian art through all its plaster works and interior mirror. The first floor of this Qajar house contains of 6 halls that are known as Khatam hall, Sekeh hall, Abgineh, Felezat, Bafteh, Chini and Mosighi hall. Also, the basement also has unique halls namely Rojal hall, Me’mari-o-Shahrsazi, Faramin, Sang, Ghofl and Fanoos hall. When you enter the basement of Amir Nezam House, you can see a big pool and wonderful columns which are exceptional and unique in their kind. National Heritage Site has registered Amir Nezam House in 1991.

Visiting Sites near Amir Nezam House
While visiting Amir Nezam House you can also visit Pottery Museum of Tabriz which is only fifteen minutes' walk from this house. The Pottery museum is also located in one of the historical houses of Tabriz named Sarraflar’s house which also belongs to Qajar era. 
If you are eager to know about the famous lady poets of Iran and Tabriz Rakhshandeh Etesami, known as Parvin Etesami. The good news is that the childhood house of Parvin Etesami and actually the house of his is near Amir Nezam House. Parvin Etesami was the contemporary poet of Iran who used to live in Tabriz city. The childhood house of Parvin Etesami belongs to the first Pahlavi era. In March 19th, 2006, this house has been registered as one of Iran’s national relics. Etesami was one of the nobilities of Tabriz city and died in March of 1941 by Typhoid fever and her main tomb is in Qom.
Another Tabriz tourism attraction is Qari Bridges. These bridges are two historic stone bridges which were built over the Qari River in Tabriz, Iran. Nowadays there is no traffic over them as they are quiet old bridges. 
One more Tabriz tourism attraction which has only ten minutes distance from Amir Nezam House is Imāmzādeh Hamzah. This mosque is an Imamzadeh mosque which covers the grave of Hamzah. The son of The seventh Shī‘ah Imām, Mūsā' al-Kādhim was Hamzah. Each day especially at Ramadan local people come Imāmzādeh Hamzah for pilgrimage. Imāmzādeh Hamzah is also the remainder of the Safavid and Qajar eras and its initial structure dates back to the 8th century AH.
During your visit to Amir Nezam House you should try to manage your time and have look at Bazaar of Tabriz. As this Bazaar of Tabriz is one of the most authoritative trading hubs on the Silk Road. Bazaar of Tabriz is very well-known for its gold and jewelry shops.
Of course you should not miss the The Saheb-ol-Amr Mosque. This mosque by taxi is only fifteen minutes away from Amir Nezam House. The Saheb-ol-Amr Mosque is one of the eldest mosques in Tabriz city. Initially during the reign of Safavid ruler Shah Tahmasb the Saheb-ol-Amr Mosque has been built. Even this mosque has witnessed the attack of Ottoman forces during its long history of destruction and repair. According to the visitors who had gone with Tabriz tours, Saheb-ol-Amr Mosque is a lovely, quiet mosque which has lots of interesting features. Inside the Saheb-ol-Amr Mosque is very beautiful and fascinating and in the walls Quran calligraphies can been seen. Even there are some breathtaking pages of Quran that are kept in the stunning boxes which include amazing decorations. Therefore Saheb-ol-Amr Mosque and all forgoing attractions are among the beautiful and magnificent Tabriz tourism attractions that are recommended by Tabriz tours.

Tabriz Hotels, Restaurants Amir Nezam House
After visiting Amir Nezam House if you feel hungry, Aref and restaurant is the nearest restaurant to this house which is known for it's extraordinary. If you are willing to stay somewhere near Amir Nezam House, Estegbal hotel is one of the Tabriz Hotels which is only minutes' walk. If you want to visit Bazaar of Tabriz or Eynali Mountain you can easily take a taxi. Otherwise you can catch a bus as all buses go to Bazaar of Tabriz

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