Taghavi's House

This building is located inside the old texture of Nehbandan. The building is for Qajar era according to available architectural evidences.

Two northern and southern balconies are specific qualification of this building. Having been constructed in twill arch method, the building differs from other forms of buildings in Nehbandan with bays arches. This building has also more height in comparison with other buildings in historical texture of Nehbandan. Spaces in western and eastern sides have cradle cover. There is a passageway in south-east corner ending to stove-chamber. Cover of stove-chamber is made in domed style ending with a smooth leap to a skylight in above. Symmetrical Northern and southern balconies are about one meter higher than western and eastern sides. Surface of floors of balconies is about half a meter higher than surface of courtyard. All around the edge of roofs adjacent over courtyard is decorated with alabaster. There had been a garden behind north balcony with a passageway connected to north side of balcony. Some windows had been designed on two sides of balcony in north side adjacent over the garden.

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Additional Info

  • Name of Effect: Taghavi's House
  • Type of Effect: House
  • National registration number: 12578
  • Date of Reord: Sunday, 03 July 2005
  • Antiquity/Period: Qajar
  • Type of Use: Office
  • Proprietorship: Governmental
  • Longitude: 10-32-31
  • Latitude: 20-48-59
  • Above sea level: 1175
  • township: Nehbandan
  • Location: In Side the City
  • Address: Inside old context of Nehbandan
  • Distance to city center: 0
  • Distance to center of township: 0
  • Distance to center of province: 200
  • Type of road: Asphalt
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