Shahzdeh Garden in Qajar period

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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