The House of Parvin Etesaami

The House of Parvin Etesaami

Rakhshande Etesami known as Parvin Etesaami born in 1285 (Solar) in Tabriz is the most famous Iranian poetess. Parvin died of typhus when she was young.

The house of Parvin Etesaami has a beautiful and green yard with a fountain in the middle which has given the yard even more freshness. This house has an area of 1300 square meters and belongs to the first Pahlavi era. The house of Parvin Etesami is the place where she was born and lived till she was seven.

House Of Parvin Etesami
House Of Parvin Etesami

The house of Parvin Etesami is not like the house of Ostad Shahriar where you can see the belongings and hand written scripts of the poet. However this house is worth visiting due to its architecture and her statute and also it is close to the house of Ostad Shahriar which makes visiting both houses all the more convenience for you.

The house of Parvin Etesaami like the other old houses in Tabriz has a basement with a pool house, and its roof is in the kalil Azeri style and has five cradle like rooms.

House Of Parvin Etesami
House Of Parvin Etesami
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Ticket price: 2000 Toman

Address: Tabriz, on the chay kenar street, before Shahid Beheshti bridge (previously Mansoor), next to Mir Agha square, Parvin alley (previously Savojbolaghi), number 6

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