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Hasht Behesht palace Isfahan

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Hasht Behesht palace Isfahan

Hasht Behesht historical edifice (Hashtbehesht Palace) was constructed during the reign of Shah Soleiman Safavid.  Today, only a minor portion of the grounds remains. However, tile work with interesting designs, which are the remnants of this palace can be noted. Hasht Behesht Palace is located in the central part of Isfahan in the middle of a very big garden, which has been turned into a park now. The Palace in the middle, used to be the summer residence of the former kings of Iran and is built in the form of Iranian classic architecture. You can enter the premises of the palace free but for going into the palace, there is a nominal fee. Unfortunately, only the ground floor in open to public. In architecture Hasht-Bihisht Palace refers to a specific type of floorplan common in Persian architecture and Mughal architecture whereby the plan is divided into 8 chambers surrounding a central room. The eight divisions and frequent octagonal forms of such structures represent the eight levels of paradise for Muslims. paradigm however was not confined solely to Islamic antecedents. The Chinese magic square was employed for numerous purposes including crop rotation and also finds a Muslim expression in the wafq of their mathematicians. Ninefold schemes find particular resonance in the Indian mandalas, the cosmic maps of Hinduism and Buddhism.

The central part of the palace is constructed in four sections, and its porch is facing the north featuring a small marble pool. The celling that covers these sections is lined with colorful plaster works and decorative Muqarnas vaulting. The rooms of first floor lying in every corner of the mansion are covered with decorative plaster works and glamorous paintings. On the second floor, it features a number of porches, rooms, vaults, and windows that add to its beauty. This floor is divided into corridors and chambers, each with its own unique decorations. The walls are dressed with numerous mirrors and the celling is also covered with delicate mosaics. Hasht Behesht Palace has an octagonal design and it was tried to use decorations and symbols that mirror number eight. The exterior design is lined with interesting tile works on top of the pool, which some refer to Iranian tales with moral meanings, some containing epic and national symbols, some with hunting scenes, and some displaying mythical animals and birds such as Phoenix. The construction of Hasht Behesht Palace in Isfahan was completed in 1669 that was during the kingdom of Shah Suleiman Safavi and it is considered as one of the extraordinary palaces of this dynasty.  

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Hasht Behesht historical edifice (Hashtbehesht Palace) was constructed during the reign of Shah Soleiman Safavid.  Today, only a minor portion of the grounds remains. However, tile work with interesting designs, which are the remnants of this palace can be noted. Hasht Behesht Palace is located in the central part of Isfahan in the middle of a very big garden, which has been turned into a park now. The Palace in the middle, used to be the summer residence of the former kings of Iran and is built in the form of Iranian classic architecture. You can enter the premises of the palace free but for going into the palace, there is a nominal fee. Unfortunately, only the ground floor in open to public. In architecture Hasht-Bihisht Palace refers to a specific type of floorplan common in Persian architecture and Mughal architecture whereby the plan is divided into 8 chambers surrounding a central room. The eight divisions and frequent octagonal forms of such structures represent the eight levels of paradise for Muslims. paradigm however was not confined solely to Islamic antecedents. The Chinese magic square was employed for numerous purposes including crop rotation and also finds a Muslim expression in the wafq of their mathematicians. Ninefold schemes find particular resonance in the Indian mandalas, the cosmic maps of Hinduism and Buddhism.

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