Ghavamiyeh Home (Alipour House), belonging to the Qajar period, which was built with a desert-specific landscape architecture, was registered on 13178 in the national monuments list. The building is connected to the central courtyard with a four-sided plan, with spaces including a tower, entrance vestibule, a Windward room, a porch, a bathroom and a shed. The ceilings are of dome type and vaulted ceiling, as well as gypsum decoration and inscriptions. The most important part of the house is the tower, which has three floors for surveillance and conservation.
This house starts at the entrance; in the wooden house, this large house opens to a vestibule that has been waiting for guests. The vestibule is in such a way that it is not visible at all. After the vestibule we enter a corridor that guides us into the courtyard. These houses do not have any windows outside and all doors and windows are open to the courtyard of the house. The courtyard of the house is an area of 175 meters, with the exception of the garden part of the clay is covered with raw brick. In the past, there was a underground pond in the middle of the yard used to store water and are now in the process of being restored.
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