The Qavami Mansion and Garden is a well-known complex in the city of Neyshabur in northeastern Iran whose construction dates back to the Pahlavi II era.

The old edifice belonged to Reza Qavami also known as Moayyeddin. He was the son of Abdolhossein Qavam ul-Islam (the representatives of the people of Neyshabur in the former Iranian Parliament known as the National Consultative Assembly in 1909).

What follows are IRNA’s photos of the mansion:

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