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Date : 2019 Monday 25 Mar     |     Code : 260

Constitution Museum

Tabriz, the heart of Azerbaijan, the head ,the symbol and the economy hub of Iran and the main connection path between two important continents, Asia and Europe, the capital of Islamic countries , the GLORIOUS land .
On the occasion of arrival of Nowruz (Iranian New Year) and its coincidence with spring nature, you are all invited to visit Tabriz, the city of Firsts and Pioneers and get familiar with its outstanding cultural, historical, tourism and natural attractions of Tabriz. Let’s take a walk in Koozeh Konan House (Constitution Museum).

Koozeh Konan House (Constitution Museum), dated to Qajar era, is located on Rasteh Kucheh( Motahari Street)
Constitution museum as one of the historical houses of Tabriz with original architecture of Qajar era is attributed to one of constitution warriors named Hajj Mehdi Koozeh Konani, is considered as a historic evidence of constitution movement of Iran in Tabriz.
The house was constructed in 1868 by a famous architect, Hajj Vali M’emar and used as the site of constitution leaders, and Azerbaijan zealots, i.e. all provincial meetings were held there.

The house was built in 2 floors in an area of 1300 square meter. In this building, after main entrance, there is a vestibule. In addition, a beautiful pool with artistic brickwork and tow-sided stairs connecting two floors are some of its features. On the second floor, a beautiful pavilion with wooden nets, stained glasses and unique mirrorwork have added to the beauties of the building.
The house was chosen as constitution museum in 1996, in which properties, documents and pictures related to constitution movement are kept. Among historical properties of the house, Sattar Khan’s pistols, constitution carpet and personal belongings of constitution leaders can be mentioned.
Constitution house was inscribed in the list of Iran’s national properties (No. 1171) in 1975. 

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