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
Ferdows Garden of Tehran – Tehran
Ferdows Garden is one of the precious and historical houses of Shemiranat district of Tehran, and it is located in one of the old neighborhoods of this district with the same name. It is left from Qajar dynasty until today, and it was being used as ...
Mellat Park – Tehran
Mellat Park is located in the north of Tehran. This park is constrained to Jame Jam Street from north, to Niayesh Street from south, to Valiasr Avenue from south and to Seol Avenue from west (Enqelab club).Mellat Park is considered as one of the ...
Negarestan and Howzkhaneh – Tehran
The Baharestan Palace, the ‘Howz-Khaneh’ of the old garden of Negarestan, the ‘Darolfonoon’ Edifice and ‘Negarestan‘ Edifice in Tehran.
Sa’d Abad Palace Museum – Tehran
The aggregate of Sa’d Abad is comprised of about 14 palaces located in the northern most region of Tehran, and enjoys an extremely pleasant climate. Situated in an area of 400 hectares, this aggregate is surrounded by about 180 hectares of natural ...
Chitgar Forest Park – Tehran
This park covers a green area of 1,450 hectares west of Tehran and encompasses a ramp for cycling. It is one of the largest parks of the province, and can be used throughout the year.
Mansion of Eyn-od-Dowleh (Leaf Gallery) – Tehran
Garden and building of Eyn-od-dowleh is one of Iran’s historical buildings and one of Iran’s valuable national relics which was established during the Qajar dynasty.This garden/building was the summer residential house of “Eynoddoleh”, ...
Seyed Nasr-edin Mausoleum – Tehran
This mausoleum is located in Khayam Avenue, between Imam Khomeini St. and Mohammadieh Square In the year 993 AH. It is the oldest date seen on a long wooden slab affixed in this mausoleum. The embossed inscription is in the Thulth script.
Hassan Abad Square – Tehran
Mirza Yusof Aashtiani, the Grand Chancellor of Naseredin Shah constructed this square in the name of his son Mirza Hassan Mostowfi-ol-Mamalek. From 1303 till 1312 AH. four buildings were constructed in four sides of the square in adaptation to ...