Qavam orangery is an iconic site remaining from the Qajar era; known to the public also as Qavam Garden or Qavam House.

By visiting the bitter orange garden you can enjoy its nice, artistic environment. You can also find samples for seven Iranian arts; to name plaster, traditional painting, mirror work, brickwork, stone craving, wood inlaid working and wood craving in the wonderful mansion that’s situated in Qavam Garden.

Qavam orangery, an important manifestation of the country’s art and history, has been registered in the list of Iran’s national heritage in 1974.

What follows are ISNA’s photos of Qavam orangery:

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