Parvin Etesami is the most famous female poet of the contemporary period in Iran. The house in Tabriz where he was born has now been turned into a museum. The House of Parvin Etesami is in fact her father’s house, which she built during the Qajar era and has an area of more than one thousand three hundred meters, most of which is dedicated to the courtyard of the mansion. Upon entering this brick house, you will see his statue, which was built on the first steps of the mansion entrance.
The House of Parvin Etesami architecture
The House of Parvin Etesami has two floors and a basement, and a porch is an entrance to the building. Inside the building, there are two rooms and a hall with two east and west entrances that have a good view of the courtyard.
Two Bahar Khabs(somewhere for sleeping in the summer) and three rooms, one of which leads to the old water tank, and a bread oven that came out of the ground during the restoration, are other components of the building. There is a beautiful basin in the basement of the House of Parvin Etesami. From time to time, cultural exhibitions are held in this mansion, which has many visitors.