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First historical houses in Qom that you should visit

First historical houses in Qom that you should visit

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The house of Ayatollah Haeri Yazdi

The house of Ayatollah Haeri Yazdi (1238 AH - 1315 AH), one of the founders of the seminary of Qom, is located in the old part of Qom and Azar Street.

Ayatollah Haeri's historical house in Iran is located near Ayatollah Boroujerdi's traditional house in Iran, and there are some other old houses in Iran in this area.

According to the construction form, the materials used and obtaining information about the tutelage of the building belongs to two generations ago and are nearly 120 years old, in result; this traditional house accommodations in Iran were built during Qajar era.

The entrance of the building includes a short entrance with a Roman arched brick arch that connects to the central courtyard (Miansara) through a footpath. The total area of the building is 479 square meters, of which 360 meters is infrastructure. In addition to the bathroom, there are 10 rooms in total, 5 of which are relatively large.

One of the most important parts of the house is the east façade, which is connected to the side space and the basement by a single windbreaker.

One of the most significant parts of this traditional guesthouse in Iran is the inner part with a small courtyard and two rooms where Ayatollah Haeri lived and Reza Khan Pahlavi went to pay him a visit.

The design of the building is naturally residential house accommodation in Iran, but with the use of metal scaffolding on the central courtyard space for religious ceremonies (Muharram), it has a religious function, but recently Tulit (a governmental institute) has been trying to make major repairs and give the school usage to it.

This work was registered as one of the national works of Iran in 2001 with the registration number of 3787.

Musabne Khazraj historic house in Iran

The house of Khazraj, where holey Masoumeh lived for a few days, is known as Satiyeh School. This house is located in the neighborhood of "Mir Square" in the middle of the city of Qom in one of the old neighborhoods.

After the death of that precious lady, Musaebne Khazraj left his altar in the her name, and built other parts of his house in her honor. The principle of the altar of Fatemeh Masoumeh, which is known to the public as "Tanor", has been a place of pray until now, and people have been going there since her time to be blessed and pray. The altar, which was nothing more than a small pavilion, has been rebuilt and renovated. Next to it, a school has been built for students of religious sciences, known as the "Satieh School." Also, a mosque has been built on its western and southern sides.

In the year 173 AH, following the insistence and threat of Ma'mun Abbasi, the exile-like journey of Imam Reza (AS) to Iran was carried out, and that Imam left for Khorasan without taking any of his relatives and family with him.

One year after the emigration of his brother, holey Masoumeh, eager to visit her brother and fulfill the mission as a sister, moved to Khorasan with some brothers and nephews. They were welcomed by the people in every city and place.

It was here that, like their noble aunt, holey Zainab conveyed the message of oppression of her dear brother to the faithful and Muslim people, and expressed her opposition to the cunning rule of Bani Abbas. Therefore, until the caravan of her reached the city of Saveh, some of the opponents of them, who had the support of government officials, took the road and started a war with the companions of holey Masumeh, as a result of which almost all the men of the caravan were martyred. According to some information; holey Masoumeh was also poisoned.

In any case, either due to the great sorrow and grief of this mourning or due to the poisoning Holey Fatemeh Masoumeh fell ill and because it was no longer possible to continue her way to Khorasan, she intended to go to Qom. He asked: How many miles is from Saveh to Qom? They replied, "Take me to the city of Qom, because I heard from my father that the city of Qom is the center of our followers."

The holey Masumeh lived in this city for 17 days and during this time she was engaged in worship, mystery and praying to God. The place of worship of her in Satieh School called "Beit Al-Noor" is now the place of pilgrimage of the devotees of that holey woman.

Finally, she passed away on a land of exile and with great sorrow and mourned her followers in her mourning. The people of Qom paid their last respects to her body, which was buried outside the city that day, known as the "Garden of Babylon."

This historical house in Iran is one of the most famous houses that accepts a lot of people to visit from all around the world.

 

 

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