The Abbasian traditional house (also known as "Khane-ye Abbasiha" or "Khan-e Abbasian") is another of the traditional houses in Kashan, dating back to the Qajar period in the late 18th century. The Abbasian house consists of six buildings and numerous courtyards. Typical for the architecture of the time, the Abbasian house has fine stuccos, impressive bas-reliefs and magnificent mirror works and stained glass windows. There is a sort of a cafe restaurant in the ground floor with a dining area in one of the inner courtyards.

01 Red corridor 02 Inner courtyard 03 Decorated windows 04 Inner courtyard 05 Inner courtyard
06 Wall decorations 07 Decorated windows 08 Iwan 09 Iwan 10 Ceiling with Islamic patterns 11 Decorated windows
12 Roof with octagonal pattern 13 Iwan ceiling 14 Ceiling with Islamic patterns 15 Iwan ceiling 16 Iranian cafe
17 Inner court with pool 18 Pavilion 19 Stained glass windows
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