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Arge Karim Khan, Shiraz
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Explore Arge Karim Khan, a museum that once served as a fortress and prison. Built in the 12th century under the Zand dynasty, this massive structure provided work for the period's top architects and artists. Originally used as a royal residence and a seat of administrative power, the renovated fortress now houses displays of traditional Iranian clothing, still worn in many parts of the country. Arrange to visit Arge Karim Khan and other attractions in Shiraz using our Shiraz holiday planner.
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  • A fortress on a massive scale - 4000 sq metres. The entrance opens onto a large pool which, due to drought and maintenance, was unfortunately dry. There is attractive coloured glass and fine woodwork ...  more »
  • With outward appearance of strength, this mid-18TH-century architectural complex is located in the heart of the city is of brick and plant square with a cylindrical tower at each corner. It is very photogenic and it is a pleasant walk going around the monument. Inside, restored, is open to visitors. The entrance is worth 150,000 rials. You can visit the various rooms of the residence of Karim Khan, distributed around a large courtyard with pond. Various stays, aside from some decorated stuccos, are not of great interest, pero noteworthy architecture and decoration of a hammam. It is not something outside the series, but as I see, it's worth the visit inside.
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  • Karim Khan Castle is located in the Centre of Shiraz. Served as his residence. Then was used as a prison. While the castle is a museum.
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