Darougheh House, which dates back to the Qajar era, has been registered as a national heritage site.

Darougheh House, a historical house in Mashhad was built by Russian architects in the late years of Qajar era. The house, which was built for the police chief [Darougheh in Persian] of the northeastern city, has been registered as one of Iran’s national heritage sites. 

Tasnim News Agency has posted online the following images of the historical house in Mashhad:

 

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