The Hariri House of Tabriz
From the historic houses of the Qajar era of Tabriz you can refer to the Hariri house. This house is a fine portrait of Qajari wall art and was built in the early Qajar monarchy. A house with curved windows with colorful glasses and Qajari oil paintings and majestic mirrors, ceilings and windows and hallways, some house-to-head rooms full of designs and facial features of Qajar women to Quranic stories and narrations, and paintings of poems and verses and myths. The main building of Tabriz Hariri House is 2500 meters and has an inner courtyard, an outer courtyard and two blocks of houses. The houses are facing the Qibla, and the exterior faces of the building are decorated with wall-paintings and floral arrangements of flowers and creatures and ancient mythological themes, such as the story of Joseph and Zulikha, and other historical stories based on the architecture of that day in Europe. The map of the outer building is like the Safavid era architecture, which was built in early Qajar. The date of the construction of the Indoor building and the paintings on the walls belonging to the middle of Qajar and derived from the travels of Naser al-Din Shah to Europe, where the coverage of women is slightly different from that of the people of Tabriz. The house has a very large basement inside and the entire building has a stone paving and walls with bricks and flat roofs and wooden floors, which are very precise in two floors. It is expected that this house will become the Museum of Press and Diplomacy of Tabriz by the end of this year, and for this reason the Tabriz cultural heritage is engaged in restoration of the house in such a way that it is written in pictures, narratives and history that after completion. Restoration and glazing, it is free for everyone to visit. The Hariri House was registered in 1999 with the number 2242 in the list of national works of Iran.