Fazel Iraqi’s house is from Qajar dynasty and is located in Tehran, West to Ferdowsi Square, and this relic was registered as one of Iran’s national relics in January 31th, 1999 with the registration number of 2568.
This house is endowed by the departed Fazel Iraqi. The creator and architect of this building has created variety in the façade of the building by making fovea and concavities. The central part of the façade is considered the most salient part of the building with a full glass door in the pilot floor and a full glass window in the first floor. The tiles of this beautiful building is very precious and the images of Iran’s ancient kings and Shahs are fairly drawn on them.