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2017, 2(9): 98-109 Back to browse issues page
Arbab Mashallah Mansuri Garden House; Recognition of a Garden House in Ravand of Kashan
Ruhollah Tazimifar
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Ravand is one of the surrounding cities of Kashan which has numerous gardens owing to its climate features. There are edifices in some of these gardens named garden house; However, only 3 of them had been identified in this region at the time of writing the current paper. One of these garden houses is the Arbab Mashallah Mansuri garden house which seems that dates back to late Qajar and early Pahlavi I dynasty according to the current documents. At the time of documentation by the author, its garden had been dried and become an arid land. In spite of considerable damages, its edifice had been survived which, strangely enough, was suddenly destroyed by its owner. This paper aims to study and review this building especially its location and architectural features using photos and maps of this garden house provided by the author as well as field study.
Keywords: Ravand, Garden House, Arbab Mansuri
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/09/17 | Accepted: 2017/09/17 | Published: 2017/09/17
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Tazimifar R. Arbab Mashallah Mansuri Garden House; Recognition of a Garden House in Ravand of Kashan. studies on kashsn. 2017; 2 (9) :98-109
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