Isfahan Province - Isfahan City, Charbagh Abbasi Street
Eight Paradise Palace
The Eight Paradise Palace is in the Nightingale Gardens inside the Safavid state-owned complex; it was built during the reign of King Solomon in the second half of the 11th century AH. The garden has eight entrance gates from all eight sides of the building. In the southern part of the Eight Paradise Garden, there was a school, a caravanserai and a marketplace. The Eight Paradise Mansion is built on two floors on a stone foundation, and the architectural spaces are designed skillfully and proportionately. In the middle of the building, there is a central space with an octagonal base. The two floors are connected through two staircases. All levels are decorated with a variety of styles. The Pearl Pond and the Southern Porch Water Display which gets its water from the upper pond, are the unique features of this mansion.