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Eram Garden

Eram Garden is a historical Persian garden in Shiraz city and contains several monuments and the Botanical Gardens.
The garden has been in place at the time of the Seljuks and Injuids. At the time of construction and improvement Karimkhan Zand also tried the garden.
During the Qajar garden for 75 years Qashqaees fell into the hands of the leaders. The mansion was built in the garden.
In the garden there is a large variety of plants, many plants in the garden collected from many parts of the world.
To form the garden in the form of an exhibition of flowers and plants accordingly. Now the garden is the Shiraz University, Botanical Garden of the Faculty of Agriculture and Faculty of Law is building the garden. On 6 July 1390 in Shiraz Eram commenced the thirty fifth session of the World Heritage Committee, along with eight other Persian garden was registered on the World Heritage List.

Building the core of the garden is a garden-style mansion Myshvd. shyvh architecture to emulate the architectural style Zand and Qajar's time. The monument of architecture, painting, tiling and plaster architectural masterpiece is Qajar era mansion, three floors, with numerous decorations composed. Lower floor rooms which are almost underground, a place to relax on hot summer days. Decorating the room, the colorful ceramics. The upper floor has two columns that are inspired from Persepolis.

In front of the building, two semicircle on both sides, and a large panel in the center that is composed of three arches on both. The painting, showing images of the Shahnameh and the Battle of the Qajar kings. It belongs to more than seventy years, the Qashqai tribal chiefs were seized in the side. Wiki

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