This building (Green Dome) was built in Kerman during the reign of Terken Khatun (1258-1271AH) and was a tomb of some of the Qara Khitai rulers and a school was next to it. Most of the building was destroyed in an earthquake of 1314 AH. In the subtitle of this photo, by Abdul Hussein Mirza Farmanfarma (the governor of Kerman) is written: "The dark blue dome among the Kerman city".

This place was built by Mir Hussein Khan Rayeni (ruler of Kerman during the Zand era) and then he was buried there. After the killing of Moshtaq Alishah in 1206 AH / 1792 AD, this place was renowned for Moshtaghiyeh, as well as “Seh Gonbad” (three domes). It is worth noting that in the Qajar period until 1310 SH/1931AD, this area was considered as the main cemetery of Kerman, and in this year, by the destruction of the graveyard, the Moshtaghiye Square was built.

Ice-houses were built around the city of Kerman, to meet the city's ice consumption need in the summer. These Ice-houses were full with ice during winter and then their doors were closed, and by the onset of warmth, their doors were opened and ices were given to the people of the city. Ganj Ice-house on Zarissf Avenue, Moayedi Ice-house in the Khorshid street and Rig-Abad Ice-house are still exist in Kerman.

shahzade garden was built by Abdulhamid Mirza Naser al-Dawlah (governor of Kerman 1299-1309 AH). It was quoted that Nasser al-Dawlah was bothering a lot of people to build this garden, and many of the rich were forced to help. According to Dr. Mohammad Ebrahim Bastani Parizi,” For the construction of the garden, they brought trees from every corner, even from Pariz, causing much trouble and discomfort for the people. That year (1309 BC) in Pariz, was known as the “Khar Talari” (the saloon donkey) year; In order to prevent officers from taking their donkey to servitude, they hid their donkeys in their rooms. “

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