Mollabashi Historical House, Isfahan, Iran
TEHRAN (Tasnim) - The historic Motamedi or Mollabashi house is one of the most famous tourist attractions of Isfahan which dates back to the Zandieh and Qajar eras and is registered on the National Heritage List.
Mollabashi or Motamedi house is one of the historic houses of Isfahan which dates back to the Zandieh era and was purchased during the rule of Zell-e Sultan in Isfahan by Mollabashi, the astronomer of Naser al-Din Shah.
This house, which was a religious and cultural institution during the Qajar era, has an outer courtyard, a working room, a separate outside entrance and a guest house for visitors.
The art of metal work on wood is used to decorate it. Motamedi house is located in Malek Street, Poshtbarou Alley.
Source: Persia Digest