Delgosha Garden is one of the most beautiful historical gardens in Shiraz, which belongs to the three periods of Sassanids, Safavid, and Qajar. The history of the development of Delgosha Garden dates back to pre-Islamic times and the Sassanid era. It was also one of the most important recreational gardens during Safavid period. Delgosha garden is 7.5 hectares and famous for its many sour orange trees. Their beautiful blossoms and pleasant aroma bring a pleasant atmosphere to the garden in early spring.
The mansion in the middle of the garden dates back to Zandieh period and is built in the style of Sassanid palaces of Bishapour. This three-story mansion has two entrance doors on either side and includes a large hall. On the middle floor, there’s a large porch with two columns and inscriptions of Shurideh’s (poet of Safavid era) poetry in calligraphy, which faces the pool. Wooden ceilings with beautiful plastering, mirrors, and oil paintings also add to the beauty of this mansion
In a Nutshell
Delgosha Garden, located near Saadi Tomb, is one of the oldest gardens of the city. It dates back to Sassanid, Safavid, and Qajar eras. The three-story mansion in the middle of the garden is designed with wooden ceilings, mirrors, oil paintings, and beautiful calligraphies on the middle floor.
Time: 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.