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Fath-Ali Shah Qajar Bust Statue
Having the statues of the elders of any land, especially Iran, is a sign of our respect and love for the elders of our land, although if we live outside of Iran, because our culture depends on these elders. Sculptures can be of any gender, they can be of any size and shape, complex or simple, but they certainly each have a message for us. They can be mythical heroes whose names we have heard in stories, or they can be simple geometric shapes.
Fath-Ali Shah Qajar
Fath Ali Shah Qajar (4 Bahman 1150 solar – 1 Aban 1213 solar) was the king of Iran from 1797 to 1834 AD. He was a member of the Qajar dynasty and nephew of Agham Mohammad Khan, ruled Iran for 37 years and 2 months. The most important events that took place during the reign of Fath Ali Shah were the occurrence of two wars between Iran and Russia, which were accompanied by the defeat of the Iranian army. The result of these wars was the signing of the Turkmenchay and Golestan treaties, according to which large parts of the northwestern territories of Iran, including the contemporary countries of Armenia, Georgia, Dagestan, the Republic of Azerbaijan and Nakhchivan, were separated from Iran and annexed to Russia.
|Place of production||Iran|
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Persian Title||تندیس یادمان طرح فتحعلی شاه قاجار|