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Golestan Palace

Golestan Palace

Golestan Palace (Complex)

Golestan Palace dates back to the reign of Shah Abbas Safavi and in the ‘Karim Khan Zand’ period, there have been fundamental changes in this complex, But the real importance of this Arg dates back to the era of ‘Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar’.

One of the oldest of historic monuments in Tehran is masterpiece of the Qajar era. This complex also called ‘Roseland Palace’ or ‘Palace & Flowers’.
The Golestan Complex belongs to a group of royal buildings which were once enclosed within the mud-thatched walls of Tehran’s Historic Arg (Citadel). That’s a masterpiece of beautiful gardens and buildings consist of collection of Iranian crafts and European presents from 18th and 19th century.
These are some of Golestan Complex places :

The Marble Throne (Takht-e Marmar)

Karim Khani Nook (Khalvat-e Karim Khani)

Pond House (Howz Khaneh)

Picture House/Gallery (Negar Khaneh)

Brilliant Hall (Talar-e Berelian)

Museum of Gifts

Containers Hall (Talar-e Zoroof)

Ivory Hall (Talar-e Aaj)

Mirror Hall (Talar-e Ayneh)

Salam Hall (Talar-e Salam)

Edifice of the Sun (Shams Al Emareh)

The Building of Windproof (Emarat e Badgir)

Diamond Hall (Talar-e Almas)

White Palace (Talar-e Sefid)

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