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Karim Pirnia

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Karim Pirnia

Mohammad Karim Pirnia (Persian: محمد کریم پیرنیا‎, 1922/1923 - 1997/1998[1]) was a prominent architectural historian and architect.

Born in Naeen, Iran, he studied at what came to be Tehran University School of Fine Arts.

His textbook on the history of Iranian architecture is still used in universities across Iran.


External links

  • Weblog dedicated to the memory of Karim Pir-nia
  • WorldCat catalog)
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