In the Qajar period, in order for the crown prince to learn the way of governing in a scientific way, they were sent to the city of Tabriz as teenagers to learn to be a king in a smaller environment. Therefore, the city of Tabriz made many signs of progress during the Qajar period, Behnam historical house is one of the historical houses of this period.
Behnam Historical House, along with three other old houses called Qadaki House, Ganjei Zadeh house, and Sedighiyan House, are now part of the Tabriz University of Islamic Art. The house has two courtyards inside and outside.
The entrance to the house is from Moshir Daftar alley and through a corridor behind the house. The outer part is built on the north side of the house with a rope or seven-door room and an earring room. In front of the rope, in addition to the Russian windows, we see a columned porch with beautiful gypsum decorations.
The earring rooms on either side of the rope also include decorations such as paintings on niches, fireplaces, and walls.
One of the most important features of the Behnam Historical House is the completeness of the complex, architectural plan, and variety in the dimensions of the rooms while observing the symmetry in the view, which has added to the beauty of the building. But the decorations used in Behnam Historical House are filet, murals, wall heaters, columns, beautiful capitals, and knots.