The Lari house (Khan-e Lari in Farsi) is the mansion of a wealthy mercant family in Yazd. Built in 1860 it is a fine example of Qajar era architecture. The house is built around an inner court and has stained glass doors and windows and other architectural elements of the Qajar era. The Lari house is open to the public and is now maintaned by the Iranian cultural heritage organisation.

01 inner court 02 inner court 03 Windows 04 Ornamental doors 05 Ornamental doors
06 Ornamental doors 07 Arches in Lari house 08 Lari house interior 09 inner court 10 Inner court
11 inner court 12 Bathroom
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