This school is one of the most famous historical schools in Isfahan which was built by Shah Soltan Hossein in 1706-1714 and it is the last masterwork in Safavieh’s architecture era. Near this school there's is a Bazar called Shahi.
On the east side of the charbagh street we have a magnificent building that could be the last major building from Safavid era in Isfahan.
School’s courtyard is a magnificent examples of Iranian architecture. Rooms on two floors and a porch, dedicated for seminarians to live in.
Scenic areas of the school are:
Tile dome architecture and elegant design
Luxurious door decorated with gold and silver
The magnificent altar
Special chamber for Shah Sultan Hussein
Unique Tile in school entry
Architectural style of the school is Isfahani. In terms of architecture and aesthetic proportion of the tile design, it’s second to the dome of the mosque of Sheikh Lotfollah.
Chahar Bagh School of has different types of tiling embedded in it and this makes it museum of Isfahan tiling.
Main entrance of the school is unique in its industry. The door leaf consists of two magnificent sycamore wood and coated with silver and gold.
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