Naranjestan-e Qavam is one of those fabulous, decorated Qajar-era houses.
The Naranjestan-e Qavam, or Orange Grove of Qavam was built in Shiraz about 150 years ago, at the end of the 19th Century for Gavam family and it’s a good sample of Persian architecture
This garden has many sights, and its unique architecture is so
mething that at first glance draws attention to the impressive combination of mirrored elements. All the elements in this garden and all carving on the walls are in harmony and are symmetric. On the walls of the porch, there are many beautiful plaster casts, a true example of Qajar art.
The ceiling of the ballroom which opens on the terrace decorated with beautiful and different motifs. The garden was designed with fountains, date palms, and flowering plants.
Qavam House was the public reception area of the family home, which was connected by underground passage – closed to the public – to the private quarters Khan-e Zinat ol-Molk.
Nearby these Persian traditional houses there are many sightseeing spots such as Shah e Cheragh Shrine, Vakil bazaar, many religious mosques and another Persian masterpiece architecture, Nasir-Al-Molk mosque (Pink Mosque).