Qazvin is a city where many of its tourist attractions are nearby and you can easily visit most of them by a car rental in Iran. they said Hajj Mohammad Reza Amini, the owner of Aminiha Hosseiniyeh, devoted this house in 1302 AH in order to do such things as reading the Holy Quran during Ramadan, giving Iranian food to the mourners of Muharram.
If you are planning to visit Qazvin and visiting its attractions in your Iran tour, do not miss Aminiha Hosseiniyeh, because you will have the chance to go to this place in a quiet and cozy atmosphere watching this wonderful house.
It is one of the historical houses in Iran, which has become the sample of vitality and spirituality by becoming Aminiha Hosseiniyeh.
About Aminiha Hosseiniyeh
Aminiha Hosseiniyeh, undoubtedly, is one of the most popular attractions in Qazvin. a building that displays the peak and Iranian architectural masterpiece, and its visit is surely interesting for you. This Hosseiniyeh is part of a large old luxury House, which today only this part of it. We suggest that you visit this place as one of the Iran tourism attractions in Qazvin and watch its architectural fascination closely.
As you step into Aminiha Hosseiniyeh, this historic home, it seems like a cozy and detailed place for you, and want to watch the colored glasses, red carpets, niches and its old paintings for hours and travel in Iranian culture. You can see the views of this house only in historic houses, movies and old shows, so you can use your chance while you are here and carefully watch all parts of this house.
Aminiha Hosseiniyeh architecture
Aminiha Hosseiniyeh includes two courtyards, three halls, as well as different spaces in the basement and floor.
The most attractive part of this Hosseiniyeh is its three halls, which are located in parallel, and include beautiful arches. Nine arches and colored glasses are so masterfully decorated the Southern hall by architectures that this artistic masterpiece has been created.
Raise your head and look at the roof of the halls, where the paintings, mirror works, plaster works, and wooden knobs make a spectacular view. Except for the halls, this Hosseiniyeh has some other fascinating parts, of course, in which they have been used more simple decorations. Underneath this hall, there are parts such as crypt and underground, which was used in warm seasons for keeping food in its cool weather.
Aminiha Hosseiniyeh halls
In the middle of this house, you will see three parallel halls located between the two northern and southern courtyards. The charming arches of these halls are rising when it's time for religious ceremonies and prayers, and the three halls become one integrated hall.
In the middle of this hall you will see a great chandelier that brings a special beauty to this part. The carpets in these halls are all Iranian handicraft, set and red and decorated with elegant designs.
The center hall is 18 meters long and 5 meters wide and is larger than two other halls. On the other hand, the length and width of the two halls are 10 and 5 meters. In these halls, gypsum plastering, paintings, wooden walls and other decorations are so skillfully combined and create an unparalleled work that you do not get tired through walking and watching it walls and amazed by Iranian architecture.
Aminiha Hosseiniyeh usage
Many of Iran's historic houses have been destroyed over time, but changing their use is a way to keep them. In 1303 AH, Aminiha Hosseiniyeh has been endowed for the mourning of Muharram and the feeding of mourners. There is a historic bath near this house, which according to some people belongs to the Amini family and they used it during their stay in this house.
More information about Aminiha Hosseiniyeh:
Address: Molavi Street – Qazvin province - Iran
Access time: 9:00 till 18:00
Weekend closure: -
Cost for foreign nationals: 100,000 IRR
Suggested visit time: about half an hour
Nearest Tourist Attractions: Bolour bath – Safa bath – Omid school – Sardar cistern – Qazvin museum
Best time to visit: 4 season
Access to vehicles: