Koushk Door Gate
Koushk Door Gate is one of the oldest gates in Qazvin which opens toward Alamout and the hunting grounds north of Qazvin. The gate was constructed to resemble outward stretched arms. The side facing the city is made of plain brick and the side facing away from the city has elaborate tilework, which was added during the Qajar era (1785–1925). The gate has four minarets.