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Kolbadi Mansion is a Qajar era (1785–1925) residence with a 200-year history. The house has been designed to resemble Qajar Tekyeh (Royal Theater where Persian Passion Plays were performed and religious mourning ceremonies were held) and has an Andarouni (interior), which was the private quarters used by the women and servants, and a Birouni (exterior) which was the public quarters mostly used by the men. This wooden house has unique stained glass windows and is now the History of Sari Museum and the Museum of Handicrafts and Traditional Arts of Sari. 

Hamit khanafshsh khan

You need more information on this house lolbadi are great people shame the bastard government destroyed their wealth sari is full of village shit people god is great and he will revenge those who lie in name of islam may god curse those liers snd traitsrs shame on iranian nation they are like jews and isreal cheating theif and then say they bow to god hypocrites remember your grave your death the next world is reality this world is but an illusion a test and iranians many of them fail the test and shall taste fire for eternity Put real truth about this beutiful house and history

Kolbadi Mansion

  • Address

    Mazandaran Province, Sari, SA'at Sq