In southern entrance of
Tang-e-Sadi in Shiraz, and beneath Nodar castle, there is a
large garden, which is known as Delgosha. The garden is composed of a very
large ground area located alongside the Boustan avenue which leads to the
tomb of Sa`di. The walls of the garden is made of mud but
the entrance portel is made of clay brick.
From the entrance of the garden to the building, which is located in the
center of the garden, there is a waterfont and a cement street. Four
streets have been constructed round the building leding to the walls of
On the sids of some of these streets there are cypress and pine trees.
Orange, palm and walnut trees have been planted in other parts of the
garden. There is a large pond right in front of the building.
This building has been erected on a platform and the lower part of the
walls is covered with plain stone. The building inside the garden comes in
three stories and the portal is decorated with glaze tiling. The doors of
some of the rooms are quite old.
There is an octagonal structure on the first floor in the center of which
is located a pond covered with blue tiles.
The ceiling of the building is a simple dome in the middle of which there
is a vent. There are four royal rooms with four angels on the sides of the
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