Persian Carpet Museum

Persian Carpet Museum

The building that houses the Persian Carpet Museum has been built in a refined architectural style and on its exterior walls shows decorations that resemble the carpet frame. Located north of the Lale Park, the museum has two halls displaying Persian rugs and kilims from different eras, from the 1440 to the present day. In the living room on the ground floor about 135 are exhibited masterpieces of the art of the Persian carpet; an art that was present in Iran even before the Achaemenid period, so much so that in the year 1949 in the village of Pazirik south of Siberia a fragment of a Persian carpet of 2500 years ago was discovered, known as the Pazirik carpet .

LINK: http://www.carpetmuseum.ir/home.htm
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