Parvin Etesami House , daughter of Iran poetess
Home of Parvin Etesami was pertinenet the first Pahlavi period in Tabriz, Abbasi Street, next to the mosque Miraqa, lane Savojbolaghiha, No. 6 located and the effect on ESFAND 28, 1385(19-03-2007) with registration number 18681 has been registered as one of the Iranian nation. Parvin Etesami was born in March1906 in Tabriz, she studied at an American Girls College in Iran. Reportedly, she started composing poetry when she was eight years old. She is considered the greatest Iranian poetess ever. Although she had a short life, she became famous after her works were published. She died in 1941 by typhus at the age of 35, and was buried in Qom, Iran. Parvin is considered the greatest Persian poetess of the Persian classical style. Loneliness and seclusion from social activities - the lot of almost all Iranian women in her day - added to the sad experiences of a sensitive and tender soul and made her the most sincere voice of cruelty of the rulers and wealthy landlords. She knew of the corruption of the leading authorities in the judiciary and in the clergy. Her work, about 210 poems, reflects the reality of life in her day and offers moral solutions.
( تبريز - خانه پروين اعتصامي )