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Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
Kashan Bagh e Fin gardens2
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Fin Garden, or Bagh-e Fin, located in Kashan is a historical Persian garden. The Persian word for "enclosed space" was pairi-daeza, a term that was adopted by Christian mythology to describe the …

Fin Garden, or Bagh-e Fin, located in Kashan is a historical Persian garden. The Persian word for "enclosed space" was pairi-daeza, a term that was adopted by Christian mythology to describe the garden of Eden or Paradise on earth
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  • Thank you for the explanation and please don't upset the photographer ,she does a marvelous job.
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  • actually it is a park. Both presentations have speaker notes with more information. In the second show I have presented only a pavilion. On slide 5 you have the plan of this park who covers 2.3 hectares with a main yard surrounded by ramparts with four circular towers. In keeping with many of the Persian gardens of this era, the Fin Garden employs a large number of circulating pools and fountains. If you saw not plants is only the error of the photographer!
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  • very colorful but why call it a garden ,I saw no plants or flowers.
    Thanks Michaela.
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  • The first construction of Finn Garden goes back to before Islam and connects to the Silk civilization, that has unbroken connection with Joshaqani spring, flows above the garden and is reputed as Soleymaniyeh spring which has had influence in the flourishing of Finn region from old times. From many years ago under this spring had been a garden, a few meters under the present garden that was completely destructed due to the earthquake of 982 hegira. After the year 1000 hejira Shah Abbas Sefavid issued instruction for construction of a garden in the present location which was actually a section of the old garden. In 1135 after invasion of Afghans, the garden gradually lost its flourish, but with the instruction of Karimkhan Zand, especially by construction of “khalvate karimkhani” mansion on the southern side of the garden, Finn flourished again, but due to the destructive earthquake of the year 1192 it sustained a great damage. In 1200 hejira, Fathali Shah of Qajar issued instruction for renovation of the mansion. At this time the Fathali Shahi Shotor Galoo (subterranean) in the southern west of the garden and the Royal bathroom next to the first bathroom were construction. But when the powerful counselor of Iran, Amir Kabir, was exiled to this garden, the garden gradually demolished.
  • The advent of constitution, due to the defensive status of the construction of the garden, it became the shelter of rebels and during 14 years they plundered the valuable materials and demolished the garden. After evacuation of rebels, the renovation of the garden started. Among important historic events in this garden we can name the coronation ceremony of Shah Esmaeel, the king of Sefavid and the murder of Mirza Taqi Khan Amir Kabir
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    • 1. Bagh-e Fin Persian garden
    • 2. Fin Garden, or Bagh-e Fin, located in Kashan is a historical Persian garden. As the word expresses, such gardens would have been enclosed. The garden's purpose was, and is, to provide a place for protected relaxation in a variety of manners: spiritual, and leisurely (such as meetings with friends), essentially a paradise on earth. The Persian word for "enclosed space" was pairi-daeza, a term that was adopted by Christian mythology to describe the garden of Eden or Paradise on earth
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    • 5. The tradition and style in the garden design of Persian gardens has influenced the design of gardens from Andalusia to India and beyond. The gardens of the Alhambra show the influence of Persian Garden philosophy and style in a Moorish Palace scale from the era of Al-Andalus in Spain. The Taj Mahal is one of the largest Persian Garden interpretations in the world, from the era of the Mughal Empire in India.
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    • 27. S ound: Abdol Vahab Shahidi - Bahar Ghamangiz Iran Text : Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Nicoleta Leu Arangement : Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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