Top 5 places to visit in Tehran
Top 5 places to visit in Tehran during you travel to Iran.
Tehran is the capital of Iran, in the north of the country. Its central Golestan Palace complex, with its ornate rooms and marble throne, was the seat of power of the Qajar dynasty. The National Jewelry Museum holds many of the Qajar monarchs’ jewels, while the National Museum of Iran has artifacts dating back to Paleolithic times.
There is always an event happening this tower, from sunrise to sunset. There are numerous bands that play music throughout the lower level of the tower. Shops, indoor waterfalls, and other commotion of all kind are located at this tower. On an upper level, there is a wax museum of renown and influential Iranian people. The very top of the tower, there is an enormous cylindrical wall in the center of the floor. On that cylindrical wall, there are early forms of Persian writing carved in the wall with light glistening out.
Cinema Museum of Iran
Cinema in Iran is a fascinating. With all the censorship regulations, film makers mange to create works that are artistically mind-blowing. When it comes to cinema of Iran, trust me, I’m kind of a pro, after having written a eight page paper about it. The museum is located in an area called Ferdows Garden. it is named after the famous Iranian poet Ferdowsi. There are cafes and restaurants near the museum where many people like to hang out. Also, there is a small but rather fantastic bookshop that has books only in Farsi but worth taking a look around.
“Tabiat” literally translates to nature. The young architect behind this three-level bridge is Leila Araghian. The bridge connects two parks together and is engulfed by nature. Don’t worry, there are food courts and restaurants located on the bridge too, for those tummies to rejuvenate.
This area is filled with history of the Shah era to fine art in Iran. The area is large and covered with trees the touch the sky and greenery beyond belief.
The Sadabad Palace is a 300 hectare complex built by the Qajar and Pahlavi monarchs, located in Shemiran, Greater Tehran, Iran. Today, the official residence of the President of Iran is located adjacent to the complex.
Built in 1971 to commemorate 2500 years of Persian monarchy, this iconic tower fuses elements of Sassanian, Achaemenid, and modernist architecture.
Literally meaning ‘Liberty Tower’, the ivory-coloured, Y-shaped building is situated in a park in east Tehran, and features a well laid out underground museum.
Though not as tall as the Milad Tower, it nevertheless boasts fantastic views of the city from the top floor. The tower is exteremly symbolic and important to different generations in Iran.
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