Darya Beigi House, Langerood

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One of the ancient houses of Langerood is the Darya Beigi house, one of the reputed families of Gilan. It is a double storeyed structure, and the rooms on the upper floor have latticed sash windows. This house has two large wooden doors with spikes and knockers. Flanking the doors are mantles with ancient mirrors. Each floor has three chambers, each accompanied by a beautiful balcony. The hall is adorned with paintings and valuable plaster work of the Qajar period. The interior adornments of this house are the important historical and artistic works of Gilan.