Hassan Abad area, the northwest of those days of Tehran, was one of the city's largest gardens. This garden belonged to Mirza Yusuf Ashtiani, whose large pool is now the current location of the Italian Embassy. Mostofi al-Mamalik Before the expansion of Tehran and the ruin of Shah Tahmasbi's fence, in 1286 a lot of land was purchased outside the fence to Behjat Abad, from there to Yusuf Abad, Vanak and Evin. After the rise of Tehran, he built a magnificent garden named after his son Hasan, Hassan Abad. This is the name of Hasan Abad. After the death of Mirza Yusuf Ashtiani, the heirs sold this property to the people in a way that after several years the work of this garden was not left and Hassan Abad's residential neighborhood was born. Thus, in the 1297 district of Tehran's Dar al-Khalaf's real estate survey, it had 572 houses, 866 shops, 39 caravanserai, 16 gardens and 14 bathhouses. It was in fact the largest of the large neighborhoods of Tehran, with a population of 12570. The passageways of this neighborhood, like the other passageways of Tehran, were in a screw-bolt. After the change of Qajar dynasty, Reza Pahlavi wanted to imagine that he would quickly bring Iran to civilization. One of these rapid and interactive activities was carried out in Tehran. He is one of his most brutal officers, Brigadier General Karim Aqa Bouzar-Majmar, to reform Tehran to the municipality. He had to turn Tahr-e-Ghajari into Pahlavi.
Bazar Jamimar, who did not smell of feeling and delicacy, disagreed with everything that was old. Due to its small history, Tehran did not have a lot of beautiful buildings. But that very small number was not available to this.
The destruction of Tehran's twelve gates, the reliance on the government, and many others are a long list of this man's devastation. He only knew the straight line and cut Tehran off with the lines of the northern and southern streets.
Although some reforms were needed to develop a large city such as Tehran, its degradation and the emptying of Tehran from its old identity card are not justifiable. Some of his changes and uses still remain. Including Hasan Abad Square or Eight Dome.
The architectural style of this field is completely western and does not have a relation with traditional Iranian architecture. The western-style attitude of this time of government was also influenced by Iranian architectural styles, that is, the architectural style of dome buildings. The same architecture is seen in the large building destroyed by the telegraph in the field of Takhkinkh, Mokrbar-Doleh Square, Isfahan Trade Bank (former merchant), and several other buildings.
Hasan Abad Field was established in 1309 by the name of Pahlavi at the former Hassan Abad Crossing. You are looking at a circle with a radius of 45 meters and an area of about 6358 meters.
The famous cemetery of Hassan Abad, northwest of the field, turned into a firefighting center in 1317 and its cemetery was closed. Of the interesting points of this field, there was a bath near the cemetery, which was popular among the commonplace, which was the place where the goblet was traveling, and that is why the bath was thrown out of the boom and was closed due to the presence of the goblets after that!
Fortunately, the field has been in existence for over 80 years, although changes have been made to parts of it, but its original form has been retained.