Imam Jomeh house is one of the magnificent buildings of second half of 13th century AH. and was used to be the residence of ‘Imam Jomeh’ or the Friday Praying Leader, prior to Islamic Revolution. This building comprised of various halls and chambers adorned with beautiful plaster moldings.
Tehran is the capital of Iran and Tehran Province. With a population of around 9 million in the city and 16 million in the wider metropolitan area, Tehran is the most populous city of Iran, the 2nd-most populous city in Western Asia and the 3rd-largest metropolitan area in the Middle East. It is ranked 29th in the world by the population of its metropolitan area.Tehran is a cosmopolitan city, with great museums, parks, restaurants, and warm ...read more about Tehran
Tatavoos Church – Tehran
This church is one of the most ancient churches of Tehran, constructed at the end of the 12th century AH. or the year 1178 AH. In this church a few Armenian personalities as well as foreigners have been laid to rest.
Darvazeh Nou and other historical places – Tehran
Other historical remnants in the province are as follows: Darvazeh Nou or Darvazeh Mohammadiyeh in Tehran, Tappeh Meel on the Meel Road (Varamin), (Tappeh means hillock), Tappeh Kahrizak, Tappeh Komail and Khallariz in Ray, Tappeh Hissarak and ...
Tappeh Gabri and other Towers – Tehran
Other historical towers in Tehran are named as follows: stone tower of "Tappeh Gabri" (Mardavij Ziyarguily Dome) to the north east of Amin Abad.
Baharestan Square – Tehran
The palace and square of Baharestan is one of the oldest constructions of Tehran. The founder of the palace was Mirza Hossein Khan Sepahsalar. But the statue midst the square is that of Ayatollah Modarres. To the north of this square, was the ...
The House of Qavam-od-Dawla (Vossug ed Dowleh) – Tehran
Qavam al-Dowleh’s house which is also known as Vosuq al-dowleh’s house, is one of the historical and beautiful buildings located in the heart of Tehran city. It was registered in the list of Iran’s national relics and it is visited by domestic ...
National Museum of Iran – Tehran
The National Museum of Iran lies in Tehran, and it is considered as one of its attractions. It consists of two separate buildings called "Ancient Iran Museum" (founded in 1937 AD) and "Museum of the Islamic Period" (founded in 1996 ...
Iran National Assembly Building – Tehran
Baharestan building, Baharestan palace or Iran’s national consultative assembly are the names of a historical building in Baharestan complex of Tehran and is from the 19 century. This building were used for holding the national council assembly ...
Sorkheh Hesar Palace – Tehran
Sorkheh (Ruby) Hesar castle is one of the castles of the east of Tehran during the Naser al-Din Shah of Qajar which was built in the 39th anniversary of his reign. Sorkheh castle was consisted of external castle and royal Harems.Ruby castle ...