Based on some historical narrations, the construction of this building is back to pre_Islamic era (Sasanian Empire). This photo is related to the Qajar period, and in the photo, Sir Percy Sykes (the founder of the British Consul - s.p.r- South Persia Rifles in Kerman), and his sister Ella Sykes, are on the horses in front of the Jabaliyeh dome.

This place was built by the Dargah Gholi Beig in the Safavid dynasty, and he buried there after his death in 1108 AH / 1697 AD. Later, two of his descendants, Majd al-Islam Kermani and Mahmoud Dargahi (Dabestani), were buried there.

The mosque was built during The Muzaffarid dynasty by Mubariz al-Din Muhammad Mozaffar Meybodi, in 750 AH / 1349 AD, as a sign of gratitude of his surviving from the battlefield. In the subtitle of this picture, the mosque is called “The mosque near the gate”.

Malek (Imam Khomeini) mosque is one of the buildings of the Seljuq dynasty in Kerman. This mosque was also called the Friday Mosque of Kerman during the Qajar period. The “Payab” (A "payab" is a sloping gallery connecting the ground surface to the Qanat gallery before water reaches the Qanat exit in order to provide people with an access to the water flow.) of  Mastoreh Qanat is shown in the picture which in the past, the water of this Qanat passed through the mosque courtyard. In the subtitle of the photo, which was written by Abdul-Hussein Farmanfarma (the ruler of Kerman during the Qajar period), the following is said: “The Friday Mosque, which is one of the ancient monuments and has been renovated one hundred and sixty years ago.”

This place which was the seat of Kerman governor was built by Abdulhamid Mirza (Nasser al-Dawlah) 1301AH / 1884 AD. Its location was in the Nazar garden, the headquarters of the current army of Kerman. The appellation of this place, in addition to the builder's name, was also due to its construction during the reign of Nasir al-Din Shah, and it was the only three story mansion of Kerman.

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