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Tag: tehran province

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Imamzadeh Saleh

Iran’s crowded capital contains many fascinating religious sites well worth a visit. Located in northern district of Tajrish in Shemiranat neighborhood, stands the Imamzadeh Saleh shrine, the resting place of Saleh, the son of Musa Al-Kadhem, the seventh Shia Imam. The beautiful Safavid style azure tile work of its dome and minarets overlooks the Tajrish […]

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Masoudie-Palace

Masoudieh Palace

Masoudieh Mansion is located near Baharestan Square of Tehran and is amongst some of the most exquisite historical buildings of old Tehran that has been completely restored and can be visited by Iranians and tourists. It was registered in the list of Iran’s national monuments on 27th of Dey 1377 with registration number 2190. It […]

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Reza Abbasi Museum

Reza Abbasi Museum is one of the best historical-cultural collections of the country which can be considered as a small example of the Museum of Ancient Iran. The museum, located in Tehran’s Shariati Street in front of Electrical Engineering Department of Khaje Nasir al-Din Tusi University of Technology, was founded in 1978 and was named […]

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Carpet Museum of Iran

Persian Carpet is popular everywhere and everyone believes that it has the finest quality among carpets. Well, it should have something to do with its history and origin. There are a lot of different types of Persian carpets you can see in this interesting museum in the capital of Iran, Tehran. If you are eager […]

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National-Museum

National Museum of Iran

National Museum of Iran is the first choice of travelers, who have an interest in archeology and history, and the main museum of Tehran. The exposition of the museum covers the history of Iran from the Paleolithic to the Qajar period. Thus visitors of the museum can follow up the whole history of Iran – […]

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Tughrul-Tower

Tughrul Tower

Surrounded by a beautiful garden, this 20-meter-high Seljuk tower is located in the historic city of Rey, south of Tehran. The name ‘Toghrol’ apparently implies the belief that the tower is the resting place of Toghrul-Beg, the founder of Seljuk Dynasty; this belief though is under question and some other names have also been suggested […]

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Darulfonoun-School

Dar ul-Funun School

Darulfonoun School (Dar ul-Funun) is the name of an old school located on Naser Khosrow Street in Tehran by Amir Kabir (1807-1852), the prime minister of Qajar monarch Nasser-al Din Shah (1831-1896). It is considered the first modern institution of higher education of the country. After a trip to Russia, Amir Kabir realized the country’s […]

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Museum of Contemporary Arts

Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, also known as TMoCA, is among the largest art museums in Iran. As a contemporary example of Iranian architecture, its design has been inspired by certain traditional Iranian as well as modern architecture. This architectural style is inspired by the wind-towers of Iran and was designed by the Iranian architect […]

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Abgineh-museum

Abgineh Museum

Si-e Tir (30th Tir) street is one of the oldest, most magnificent streets in Tehran. It is located in the historic texture of the capital and in recent years, has turned to one of the attractions of the city. 30th Tir is house to many monuments and museums and it is a great place to […]

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Tehran Grand Bazaar

Tehran Grand Bazaar, located in Tehran, is an amazing labyrinth. It looks like an imaginary old city that is full of twists and turns and labyrinth corridors, each of which seems to be a door to another world. Tehran Grand Bazaar does not seem to be located in the heart of the capital. It looks […]

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