A few kilometers south of Farsan town in Chaharmahal & Bakhtiari province, there is a historical recreational tourism area known as Pir-e Ghar.
Pir-e Ghar region is located at the foot of the mountains and a spring full of water flows down from this region, which has caused the greenery and purity of this region and the village of Deh Cheshmeh near it.
Apart from the beautiful nature caused by this spring, the fame of Pir-e Ghar is due to the stone inscriptions left from the constitutional period in this region.
At the top of the spring and next to the shallow cave in this area, three stone inscriptions in the Nasta’liq line have been carved and broken on the stones of the mountain wall. These inscriptions have been excavated in the heart of the mountain by Khans of Bakhtiari, Sardar Asaad I, Sardar Zafar and Sardar Asaad III. The text of these inscriptions contains the events of the constitutional period and the bravery of the Bakhtiari tribes in that period.
Pir-e Ghar tourist area is green and refined with a cool and pleasant climate and a park and recreational facilities have been provided for it.