Eram Garden, one of the nine historical Persian gardens, a World Heritage, was built in the 13th century most likely by the Illkhanate or a paramount chief of Qashqai tribes in Shiraz and is located near the Khoshk Rod River, the main river of Shiraz.
The earliest layout, quadripartite Persian heavenly garden was probably laid in the 11th century by the Seljuks and was less decorative.
The Garden has been renovated over years, belonging to Qavami Family, it was designed by a local architect, including 32 rooms on two floors, decorated by tiles with poems on them.
Today, the complex is within Shiraz Botanical Garden of Shiraz University since 1983 and is open to the public as a world heritage landmark.
As a symbol of Paradize on the earth notable plants are ample in the garden including various plant types.