Jahan Nama Garden is one of the oldest gardens in Shiraz, which is located in the northeast of Shiraz and north of Hafezieh Square. Jahan Nama Garden, like other Iranian gardens, displays the close relationship between culture and nature. It is a testemant to adaptation and adjustment of humanity with nature.
Jahan Nama Garden was very green and prosperous during the rule of "Al-Muzaffar" and "Al-Inju". This garden, like the three gardens of Eram, Delgosha, and Takht-e Qaracheh, was attacked by Timur Gurkani. The mansion of Jahan Nama Garden, which dates back to the rule of Karim Khan Zand, has survived until now. It’s octagonal in shape and almost similar in appearance to the mansion in Bagh-e Nazar. In the middle of the mansion’s courtyard, a pool of solid marble has been built with four royal residences in each corner. The facade of the mansion is made of bricks, without any tiles or paintings.
In a Nutshell
Jahan Nama Garden, like all Persian gardens, has three unique features and designs: first, that it is located in the path of water, second, that it is surrounded by high walls, and third, that inside the garden, there is a summer mansion with a pool. These three features distinguish Iranian gardens from other gardens, bringing peace and comfort to visitors.
Time: 7:30 A.M. to 7:30 P.M.