Amir Nezam House

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Coordinates: 38°04′59.19″N 46°18′21.60″E / 38.0831083°N 46.3060000°E / 38.0831083; 46.3060000

The Amir Nezām House in Tabriz


The Amir Nezām House (Persian: خانه امیرنظام, Khaneh-e Amir Nezām, Azeri: Emir Nizamin evi), or The Qajar Museum of Tabriz, is a historical building in the Sheshghelan district (Persian:ششگلان), one of the oldest quarters of the city of Tabriz, Iran. The base of the edifice covers an area of 1200 square metres. This monument which since 2006 houses a museum dedicated to the Qajar dynasty (1781-1925), was built in the period of the Crown Prince Abbas Mirza (1789-1833). It was renovated by Hasan-Ali Khan (حسنعلی خان), Amir Nezām Garrousi (امیرنظام گروسی), in his position as the Major-domo of Azarbaijan, and used as his residency. In the subsequent periods, the house was employed as the official residence of the provincial governors of Azarbaijan. Because of persistent neglect over a long period of time, this building had come to be in such a bad state of disrepair that for a time it was seriously considered to demolish it and build a school in its place. Between 1993-2006 it has been subject of an extensive renovation process and since the completion of this undertaking it has been granted the National Heritage status.

Hasan-Ali Khan, Amir Nezām Garrousi

The Sheshghelan district has been Governor's seat during the Ilkhanate dynasty. Hasan-Ali Khan, Amir Nezām Garousi (حسنعلی خان امیر نظام گروسی), was born in 1820 in Bijar, in the Kurdistan Province. For a period of twenty-two years he served in various governmental positions. In particular, for a period he was in charge of the Iranian students sent to Europe by the government of Iran. He also served as the General of the Garrus Army and Head of the Security Guards of the High Court and of Arg-e Tabriz. He is buried in Mahan, in the Kerman Province. He is best remembered for his exemplary prose in the Persian language.

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References[edit]

  • The Amir Nezām House (East Azarbaijan Cultural Heritage Handycraft And Tourism Organization).
  • http://www.eachto.ir
  • Firouz Malek-Madani, PhD, Hassan-Ali Khan Garrousi, Amir Nezām, Rozaneh Magazine, January-February 2006: (Outline, Article. Part I).

External links[edit]

  • Virtual Museum of Historical Buildings of Tabriz (School of Architecture, Tabriz Islamic Art University).
  • Tabriz Islamic Art University (دانشگاه هنر اسلامی تبریز), Tabriz, Iran (in Persian). [1]
  • Picture gallery, Tabriz Islamic Art University (دانشگاه هنر اسلامی تبریز), Tabriz, Iran (in Persian). [2]
  • Iranian Student's Tourism & Traveling Agency, ISTTA. (English), (Persian)