Chekhilsotun Palace in Isfahan, Persia in 15th century

Date Created: 07 March 2017

Author: Unknown

Source: FB

Owner: Chekhiklsotun Palace, Iran

Location: Isfahan, Central Iran

  • Iran
  • Falcon
  • Painting
  • 15th Century
  • Training
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Chekhilsotun Palace in Isfahan was a residence of Sefevid shakhs and was built in the first half of 17th century. In the period of flourinshing. There are many giant pictures in the palace. On one of them Shakh Abbas the First is a host for Ruler of Turkestan Vali Mukhamed Khan. 15th century. There are two falconers in the corner of picture.

 

With thanks to Bakhyt Karnakbaev.

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