This exhibition center covers an area of 1.3 million sq.m. and consists of 62 halls. The first international exhibition in Tehran was inaugurated in 1969 at the same venue.
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
Sardar-e Bagh-e Melli – Tehran
SarDar-e Bagh-e Melli (the national garden transom) and its neighboring buildings are all left from Qajar era and was built by Jafar Khan Kashani and with the help of Germans (before the start of WWII) with the direct order of Reza Shah in Tehran, ...
Shamsol Emareh Edifice – Tehran
This palace was built in the year 1284 AH. under the orders of Naseredin Shah by Mo'ayerol Mamalek. Shamsol Emareh is a tall edifice with two towers which has been recently repaired and renewed.
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 ...
Saltanat Abad Palace – Tehran
This two-storeyed palace was built under the orders of Naseredin Shah in the village of Rostam Abad in the year (1305 AH). This palace has a ‘Hoze-Khaneh’ in the center (a covered area with a pool).The walls and rooms under the ...
Ehsani and Other Old Houses – Tehran
Other old houses in Tehran are as follows: Ehsani House (Amir Kabir Avenue), Pamenar (Bahaodolleh Alley.), Bazaar-e-Mesgarha House (Mostafa Khomeini Ave.), The Safavid House (Mostafa Khomeini Ave.), Mondella House (Ferdowsi Ave.), Qavam-ol-Saltaneh ...
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.
National Garden (Baq-e-Melli) Gateway – Tehran
In the early 1330 AH, a tall gate was erected at the entrance to the former vicinity known as Maidan-e-Mashk. Thereafter a large portion of these lands came under national garden, therefore called Baq-e-Melli (National Garden).Presently this ...
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 ...