Kolah Farangi building was established in the ear of Karim Khan-e Zand, and used to be the place for entertaining foreigner guests and ambassadors and for holding official ceremonies and various holidays. It is said that it is also called “the Governmental garden”.
The exterior appearance of this building is octagonal and it is decorated with tiles that have flowers and bird images on them and tiled gables and Entablatures.
The interior spaces include a central part and four side alcoves. Currently, Kolah Farangi building is Pars Museum and historical and artistic relics from before and after Islam including the Zandieh era are shown in it.