Masoudieh palace

Masoudieh palace, Tehran: Tickets, Tours, Address, Phone Number, Masoudieh palace Reviews: 4/5

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Shimnik
Delft, The Netherlands6,142 contributions
Cannot see the palace inside
Apr 2018 • Solo
The entrance ticket to Masoudieh is 200.000 rial but it is not even possible to see the palace inside. Either it is too old and dangerous or closed for renovation.
Does not worse a visit.
Written May 2, 2018
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Tehran_localguide
Tehran, Iran166 contributions
Masoudieh Palace
Nov 2016
Masoudieh Palace is the place I recommend to the ones who are interested in traditional iranian architecture. The access to this place is so easy but unfortunately many tourists do not know this place. The quartier around this place is considered in the historical part of Tehran. In this photo you can see me near the beautiful designed walls of Masoudieh Palace.
Written June 2, 2017
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nilintentum_reliquit
Melbourne, Australia2,378 contributions
Enjoy the exterior
Apr 2017 • Friends
Wonderful facade like so many Iranian historic building have. Whilst you can enter the complex the building itself cannot be entered and theatre is being restored. We still enjoyed the short walk around. Located clasped to Mellat station. 2000T entry fee.
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Written April 12, 2017
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Majid MMD
Ivry-sur-Seine, France5 contributions
Beautiful and Old!
Jan 2017 • Friends
This place was one of my favorite places inTehran. An old palace which I was wondering if I have time to see.
We couldn't get inside the palace because of structure, restaurant and coffee shop were closed but you can enjoy outside.
Written January 4, 2017
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Robert O
Rotterdam, The Netherlands2,563 contributions
Overpriced
Dec 2016 • Friends
Foreigners have to pay 200,000 IRR (5€) to enter the palace grounds, but none of the buildings is open to the public. Moreover what you see inside the courtyard does not add a whole lot to what you can see from the outside on Ekbatan street: late 19th century plasterwork, tiles and murals. Beautiful, but not that special. Of course the architecture is better observed when you are in the courtyard. According to the leaflet (for reading in the lobby) the palace dates from 1879 and was commissioned by prince Masoud Mirza (a prince who could not become king, because his mother was not of royal blood).
If you visit with Iranian friends, they pay seven times less than foreigners to get in.
Written December 18, 2016
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Niusha T
San Sebastian de los Reyes, Spain35 contributions
Beautiful & amazing
Dec 2016 • Family
Masoudieh palace in Tehran historical area is a wonderful, Beautiful and impressive. Masoudieh includes 4 buildings and one big garden, two backyard. Prince Masoud Mirza built that about 150 years ago. you can see very amazing pictures and decoration in Qajar style.
Unfortunately visitors can't see insides of buildings and Masoudieh buildings are at risk of destroy!
Written December 8, 2016
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Ali Ahsani
Tehran, Iran47 contributions
king
Aug 2016
this place is the grate and nice. in center of tehran near the brt and trane and bazar . and very good place for see history
Written August 2, 2016
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Milad Bornaee
Iran44 contributions
Its comfortable and convenient place to get relax and enjoy
Jul 2016 • Family
Last week i went to the Masoudieh palace in south of Tehran,Iran.
I sew a big garden with 4 old and traditional building there.
It has lots of big tree and tree pools with little red fishes in.
The garden was build in 250 years ago. I prefer to visit this,if you travel to tehran.
Written July 13, 2016
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ali
75 contributions
Beautiful place
Aug 2015 • Friends
Its a beautiful and lovely place but i was there for breakfast and they don't serve the coffee which is wired, and simple breakfast, but i like atmosphere, maybe now they serve more.
Written July 6, 2016
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Sara A
Tehran, Iran9 contributions
Nice and memorable
Mar 2016 • Family
Nice palace in the center of Tehran from Qajar period. you cant go within the palace because they are repairing it. there is a beautiful cafe in the palace but most of the time it is crowded and if you want to go to cafe you should call them and reserve a table.
Written April 26, 2016
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