Safaviye Natural Park is one of the oldest and most beautiful parks in the West; it was designed and built by Seyf-o-Dole (Grandchildren of Fath Ali Shah) the governor of the province Malayer and Italian engineers. During Qajar Malayer city was a newly constructed city and it didn’t have any facilities. The park has old trees for shade, ponds and artificial jangles on the hills. Two stable elements of Iranian architecture are observed in Seyf-o-Dole's garden designing, the first one is to avoid uselessness and second one is being introvert. Since the Italian engineers have built this park, it has cross shape. Among four tower just remains a castle tower like.