The Great Breeze Caravanserai is a work of the Qajar era, located in the north of central Lar and in the village of Breeze.This inn is a quadrangle with dimensions of 60×50 m, with the north and south sides of 60 meters and the eastern and western sides of 50 meters long, made of stone and plaster materials.
In each of the four corners of the building there is a staircase, it is capable of reaching the roof. On the back of each side, three supporting towers are built to strengthen it.
The porch forms the entrances of the building to two western arches with a noisy middle of the two arches. A Qajar inscription written on white marble is located at the entrance to the front of the entrance porch.
The roof of the building has a dome arch and a canopy, and its stone gutters have led the roof down. The interior girder has a thickness of 1.30 meters, with a central courtyard. The remains of a small platform in the middle of the yard are also clear that the dock was probably a caravanserai. The northern and southern side chambers, which are transformed into villagers by the villagers, are 7 chambers, and in each of the eastern and western sides there are 9 chambers. The entrance of the building is located on the southern front, which is a pier with two. An arctic arc is connected with a tweezers that fit in the corners for decorations.
This building was registered on November 13, 2002 with the number 6779 on the national list of works.