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Harem rooms in the aristocratic houses of the Qajar period have been very popular. It has been used in the highest part of the house with gold decorations and colored glass overlooking the emperor. Are residents

The earring room, in Iranian architecture, referred to the rooms that were located on both sides of the emperor and were smaller than it. These rooms were used at times when the number of guests present was more than the capacity of the royal room, and by opening the doors of the earring rooms and connecting them to the royal, they expanded the reception area of ​​the guests.

There are four earring rooms in Moshir House

  • photographer: Dariush Fardipour