The Baharestan Palace, the ‘Howz-Khaneh’ of the old garden of Negarestan, the ‘Darolfonoon’ Edifice and ‘Negarestan‘ Edifice in Tehran.
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
Marmar Palace – Tehran
This palace was built during the years 1934 -1937 AD. with a combination of eastern and western architecture. Hossein Lorzadeh was the architect and Ostad Yazdi was responsible for the tile-works. Mohammad Hossein Sani' Khatam and Hossein Taherzadeh ...
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.
Ghanbarali Khaan and Other Mosque – Tehran
Other old mosques that can be mentioned are: Qanbar Ali Khan Mosque, the Moshir-ol-Saltaneh Mosque, the Seyed Azizollah Mosque and the mosque and school of Sheikh Abdol Hossein.
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 ...
Glassware and Ceramic Museum – Tehran
Glassware Museum is one of the museums in Tehran. The building is a historical house from Qajar period and is located in Thirty Tir Street in Tehran. This monument was registered in the list of Iran’s national monuments on 7th of Ordibehesht 1377 ...
Tehran Grand Bazaar – Tehran
Right in the heart of the city, the Grand Bazaar is an essential visit for any tourist in Tehran. With over 10 kilometers of labyrinthine alleyways filled with covered shops, haggling customers, and general commotion, you will find everything from ...
Museum of Post and Telecommunications – Tehran
Post and telecommunication museum started working in February of 1990 with the name of Museum of Post. This museum is one of the oldest and finest governmental buildings, consisted of two levels including various saloons and rooms, and it is a ...
Reza Abbasi Museum – Tehran
Reza Abbasi Kashani Museum opened in 1356 in front of the Electrical Engineering Department of Khajeh Nasir al-Din Tusi University in Shariati Street in Tehran and it was named Reza Abbasi after the famous painter of Safavid era from Kashan. This ...