Museum Of Islamic Heritage

A research into the most valuable heritage of humanity

 

  • event hours

saturday - friday

8

17

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The date of the event is 2018/4/14

  • Event Place

The event will be held at Al-Ghadir Hall in Mushir al-Molk House

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Welcome to the MUSEUM

A MUSEUM trove of three architectural arts of calligraphy, calligraphy, and a unique display of Islamic culture has been created in the royal house of the Minister of Isfahan, who is also one of the most famous calligraphers of his time. It is the heritage of the Muslims who spoke the world and it springs from the sublime spirit. This spirit belongs to the best people in the world whose existence originates from God and makes this heritage the purest heritage in the world.ـ

Therefore, Ganjineh has started its activities with the aim of acquainting the people with this heritage in order to acquaint the artists with the transcendent spirit of the Islamic heritage.ـ

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  • Opening times

saturday - friday

8-17

Experience 1400 years of history, art and culture in the IHM

  • location

Moshir Al-Molk's Historical House, Early Harunya, Moshir St, Hotef St, Isfahan, Iran

 

  • ticket
The ticket price for each person is 50,000 Tomans

Visiting is possible for the public

 

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Ganjineh Islamic Heritage Software is a museum consisting of gallery music calligraphy architecture galleries and a library created by young artists and has wonderful works in a special format with an idealistic design.

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WHAT DO I VISIT?
WHAT DO I VISIT?

The house which holds the forward leading art; from the cross shape pool to the new form of wind catcher… from the halls which reflect the Islamic art...to the nice atmosphere inside the alcove....

WHY THE MUSEUM OF ISLAMIC HERITAGE?
WHY THE MUSEUM OF ISLAMIC HERITAGE?

Truly, the first Islamic museum which reflects the Shiite (Shi'i) Islamic effects in the fields that the Islamic world has been and is also outstanding… we have displayed the museum's works along with the time bar to be a worthy example for the Islamic museums and other museums as well....

PART OF THE MUSEUM
PART OF THE MUSEUM

Mirza Gholamreza Esfahani (1831-1887) was the famous Iranian Calligraphy masters and one of the most Nastaliq style prominent calligraphers in the Qajar period, he was admitted to the Mohammad Shah’s Court and then to the Naser al-Din Shah’s Court....

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