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Shahneshin in Iranian architecture is a part that is located in the north of the interior and is sunny, it is bigger and it is also called three-door or five-door. The emperor is a room with a relatively high height, which was usually twice the height of the other rooms of the house.

The royal residences were accompanied by special decorations such as paintings, milk and sugar under the dome and with mirror work during the Qajar period. Exquisite stucco, along with sharp edges around the stove and glass paintings, were among these decorations. There was also an upstairs sash (window) with stained glass and its extensions in the royal room, which was often three-door or five-door.

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