Dabir ol-Molk House is one of the most beautiful historical buildings in Tehran, the capital of Iran, which belongs to the Qajar era.

The house, located in Oudlajan neighbourhood in downtown Tehran, has become a hot historical attraction after being restored by Tehran’s Municipality.

The 140-year-old building, which is now used as a “Leisure House”, was built by Mirza Mohammad Hossein Farahani, nicknamed Dabir ol-Molk Farahani.

He was the director of royal secretariat under Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar (1848-96).

What follows are Tehran Picture Agency’s photos of the house:

 

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