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Forty- one of the pillars of the city 's landmarks
Forty garden column is only a small part of the world view large gardens , its history goes back to before the Safavid era . Shah Abbas I in the midst of the column , which was the nucleus of the first forty column palace , and the palace of the main hall and four corner pavilions included . In the reign of Shah Abbas II , there was a dramatic transformation in the building , balcony, porches, mirror , on the sides of the hall was added to the northern and southern verandahs front porch , side porch central hall , two swimming pools on both the east and west , central hall and frescoes were added to the
The House formally in 1057 AH, the ceremony and reception of kings and officials , the governments of the evening was devoted to the Safavid state
The House in the year 1118 AH, during the reign of Shah Sultan Hossein affected by fire , the burned areas are rebuilt and restored . Presence Afshar Dynasty , and subsequently in the early Qajar , the mural was added to the central hall . As chancellor M. Mirza - son of Qajar Shah , and coincided with the 12 th century by order of his party , the damage to the building , which was later restored by experts and professors of Italian and Persian . Palace of forty columns on Sun 15/10/1310 , with No. 108 was registered on the National Heritage List .
The name of the column as forty , two reasons can be cited: First, the number 40 is the number of symbols in Islamic mysticism , and Second Reflection 20 columns , porch on the east side of the pool in front of the palace , the total number of columns turns forty
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