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History of the Building

The present building belongs to late Qajar period, but with interventions and modifications indicative of the Pahlavi period. There are some sections in the southwestern part of the building that are not dissimilar to workshop sites and traces of a more prominent architecture were revealed during strata removal. These facts indicate that the monument has undergone modifications throughout its lifetime that were intended for non-residential usage. Existing evidence shows that the northern iwan has been built in another section and this probably dates back to the Qajar period. Decorative elements of Pahlavi I’s period including embossed bricks demonstrate fundamental changes in this period. In addition, later usages necessitated other interventions including lavatory space with new appearance, installation of brick dados in the 70s, reduction of weight and replacement of mud-straw in the 80s and 2000s are some other modifications observed in the building. This building was registered in the list of National Monuments on 29 January 2006 with registration number 14047.

Reviving ancient monuments is traveling through history

Opening Date

To be announced

Renovation Progress

undergoing restoration and renovation

Purpose of Restoration

historical buildings are part of our past and identity

Restoration and Renovation Company

Zagros Tourism Investment Company

Photo Gallery

See photos of Falahati House, restoration, renovation, revival, and utilization progress
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