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History of Sepehdar Garden
The Sepharda Garden was built between 1936 and 1940, the early Pahlavi period in the city of Qazvin. The garden was built on the orders of Muhammadi Khan Tonekaboni, who was known as the head of al-Uzra, and has been one of the famous figures of the Qajar era, and was in fact the main owner of this garden.
This historic gardens during the First World War, occupied by the Russian and British military forces, became a place for the settlement of Russian and English troops. Tonekaboni had a great deal of tax debt to the government at that time, like the rest of his property, he was captured by the Iranian government.
Due to its insignificance, the monument was destroyed and eroded, which was restored and restored in 1335 AH and changed its use and became a museum of agriculture in which the historical and valuable tools and tools related to agriculture and Animal husbandry of the time including spraying equipment, iron cow, lawn mower, balances, stone bases for four-end drainage in traditional garden gardens, a variety of teeth.
saws, copper dishes, multiple pottery jars, locks and valves, and millstones in historical space And the beautiful Sepehdar Garden was visited by Iranian and foreign tourists.
In order to convert this garden to the museum and rebuild the surrounding area and equipment used in the museum, about seven billion rials have been spent by the government, which was carried out in cooperation with the Cultural Heritage Directorate and the Jihad-e-Agriculture Organization of Qazvin province. The Sepahdar Garden Complex with the number 2227 was registered on March 3, 1998.
Sepehdar Garden of Ghazvin
The architecture and plan of this garden is similar to the architectural architecture of the Quadrangle Palace of Qazvin, which dates back to the Safavid period, and the architecture and design of the Qazvin Grand Hotel, which is related to the Qajar period, is constructed as though the architecture of the two buildings was modeled.
Sefard Garden is very beautiful and eye-catching, like other historic gardens, the use of trees and flowers is attractive to the garden, so that attracts the attention of viewers and travelers. This mansion has two floors, the first floor has several rooms most used for service, the first floor has a large corridor and a central hall. The second floor is different from the first floor and has a rectangular hall in which there are a number of rooms.
The Sepahdar garden is designed and constructed like a cavern, it is an independent mound that has all the space around it. The porch of this garden is a circular slum, the corridor that is located and designed and built.
This avant-garde represents an unrivaled art of architecture and the beauty of the garden mansion has multiplied several times. There are four pillars on the eastern and western sides of the gazebo garden and five columns on the northern and southern sides of the building.
These columns Intersections are common sides. One interesting thing about the architectural design of this building is the difference in height that the floor of the building is with the garden courtyard. The floor of the building was designed and built slightly below the courtyard floor, which is a design related to the architecture of this period, and there is no particular reason for this design. This garden is now used as a museum of agriculture.
Mohammad Wali Khan Tonekaboni
The owner and producer of this historic garden was Muhammad Wali Khan Tonekaboni, which is interesting to point to a corner of his life. Mohammad Wali Khan Tonekaboni was born in Tonekabon in 1225, Mohammadi Tonkaboni was the greatest Iranian owner and businessman who lived during the Qajar and constitutional times.
At the time of Nasereddin Shah, he was able to lease Gilan customs in accordance with the influence that was in the court. Slowly At the time of Nasereddin Shah, the Gilan Customs was the most expensive Iranian customs since he had a lot of dealings with Tsarist Russia. He served in the Qajar government for three term of the country's prime minister and had many political roles.
Before the Constitutional Revolution, Muhammad Wali Khan was nicknamed Sa'dululah and Nasr al-Saltanah. During the constitutional revolution, Mohammad Wali Khan was one of two famous Tehran conquerors, and after minor tyranny, he was nicknamed the Great Sefard, but another person was nicknamed the same And Ahmad Shah called him the Great Sephardic to prevent the mistakes of these two individuals together.
In 1332 AH, he leased a telegraph house in Tehran, which was located next to the Astarabad government, which had previously been leased to Mokrbar al-Dawlah.
Mohammadi Tonkaboni, in the last years of his life, when he was required to obtain a birth certificate, chose his own surname. Muhammad Wali Khan committed suicide in 1305 AH, while heavily disagreeing with the first Pahlavi government and economic affairs, at his home in Tehran, where he fired a pistol shot his shotgun.
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