Amir Kabir’s Home Restored

Amir Kabir’s Home RestoredAmir Kabir’s Home Restored

Renovations at a historical house in Arak, Markazi Province, belonging to Amir Kabir, an iconic, revered political figure in Iran's history, were completed, a provincial official said. 
"The project to repair and restore the House of Mirza Taghi Khan Farahani, known as Amir Kabir, in Hazaveh village near Arak has finished at the cost of 5.8 billion rial," said Mohammad Hosseini, head of the provincial office of Iran's Cultural heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization.
He said the ancient house was inscribed on the National Heritage List in 2010 and the revival project took about five years to complete, IRNA reported.


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