La Abbas Gholi Khan Historical House

  • A fresco representing the Qajar era
  • The view on the square
  • The splendid and colorful mosaic with Arabic writing at the entrance
  • The matchbox collection
  • The entrance of Abbas Gholi Khan
  • The balcony of the café
  • Sofa bed of past times
  • Reminiscence of the Orient at every corner
  • Photography studio from past times
  • One of the gates of the boundary wall
  • One of the cafeteria rooms
  • My rose tea served with traditional caramelized candy canes
  • Main entrance
  • Kitchen utensils and paraphernalia
  • External display of antique furniture
  • Another of the rooms in the café maze
  • Amphorae, carpets and various objects from the Qajar era
  • Wooden sofa and various furniture displayed with a certain taste

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È in uno dei miei vagare in giro per la cittadina di Abadeh, in Iran, che ho scoperto una gemma inaspettata. La Abbas Gholi Khan Historical House è uno degli antichi edifici di Abadeh che risale al periodo dei Qajar, una dinastia turcomanna della Persia che era all’origine una tribù stabilita nel Caucaso iraniano e che regnò in Persia dal 1794 al 1925. Il loro regno, chiamato Stato Sublime di Persia, fu fondato da Muḥammad Khān Qājār dopo avere sconfitto ed ucciso l’ultimo sovrano Zand appunto nel 1794.

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