Beauties of Chinese Mansion House
This architectural work used as a shrine and lecturer of Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardebili in the eighteenth century AH is located in the east of the tomb of Muhyiddin Muhammad (Haram) and south of the Dar al-Hafiz Hall. Underneath the chapel of the chapel there are stairs that were buried with the short dome roof of the great disciples near Sheikh. These mansions became the abbey of the Shah Abbas I in the years 1841-1014, with minor changes from the inside to the magnificent mansion called the Chinatown, the site of the containers of china and exquisite manuscripts. This beautifully crafted mansion in the quadrilateral bodywork and porches shows part of the influence of the art of the Safavid birthplace on the music hall of Isfahan’s High Hall of Isfahan.