This palace was built in 1647 in an area of 67000 square meters during Shah Abbas II rule. This building has a great balcony, 18 pillars, Mirror Hall, and several rooms with fantastic mirror works, stuccos and interesting paintings.
18 Column Hall
Stone lions around a central pool
Higher gold ornaments and paintings in Kingdom Hall
Picture of Shah Abbas I, with special crown
Many researchers consider reflect of two row of pillars into the big beautiful pool of the Mansion as the main reason behind the naming. However, the number 40 role in Persian literature is also another reason behind the name Chehelsotoon (This number represents the quantity).
Eighteen's magnificent ceiling painted columns and roof Hall of Mirrors Mirrors Mirrors and entrance hall accession of Shah Abbas II
Four stone lions around central pool which represents the industry in the Safavid period.
The wall paintings of forty columns is the best examples of architectural decoration in Iran.
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