Baghche Jogh Palace

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Baghche Jogh Palace

Baghche Jogh Palace
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At a distance of 6 km from Mako city and about 2 km from the west of Mako-Bazargan main road, there is a village called Baghche Jogh, which leads west and south to the foothills of the mountain with “Charkin” and a spring called “Kliseh”. In the southeastern part of the village, there is a luxurious and historic building of Baghcheh Jogh, which belongs to the late Qajar period and its founder was Timur Teymouri, known as Iqbal al-Saltanah Makui, one of the powerful rulers of the time and one of the commanders of Muzaffar al-Din Shah.

The 2500-meter building of Baghcheh Jogh Palace is built in the middle of a garden with an area of ​​11 hectares and is one of the masterpieces left from the late Qajar period. Due to its excellent artistic and architectural features, in 1974, this work was purchased by the government from the heirs of Sardar and after necessary repairs, it was prepared for public viewing in 1985.

In the courtyard in front of the palace, the first thing that attracts attention is the earthen carriage and the magnificent place from where he lectures to the peasants and is paved with terraces, with colored bricks and stairs that connect the place to the courtyard on both sides. Is. The building of the palace is symmetrical, half Iranian and half Europe, and the walls of both parts are painted with natural colors. The semi-Iranian ones are decorated with flowers and plants and the men and women of the Qajar period and the half-western ones are decorated with the wallpaper of 19th century Russian houses and European motifs.

The first floor of the building is a dining hall, half of which is decorated with Iranian Kebabs, stews, Doug, and Iranian men. The dining room is connected to the waiting room and the reception area for official meetings, and in the center of the building, there is a mirrored pool house with plastered walls, and other parts of the palace are formed around this elevated hall.

The staircase that leads visitors to the bedroom, office and royal residences on both sides of the building is decorated with stone sculptures and all the halls and rooms on the second floor have all kinds of sofas, cupboards and tables that Each is the work of the artists of a Western country. 

Mehdi Gholami.

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