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The whole palace is amazing and there is not a part you can skip. But my god that marble throne... That surely is something you can't see every day.
Visiting the whole palace will take 2 to 5 hours depending how much you care about...More
Tiled entrance to the Golestan Palace in Tehran, Iran. The Golestan Palace was the royal Qajar complex in Iran's capital city, Tehran. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The citadel was built during the reign of Tahmasp I (1524–1576) of the Safavid dynasty.
This palace for the first time was built in Safavi dynasty in 16 century. The golden time of using it was in 19 century. When the king had a voyage to Europe and had the effect of its art in Iranian architecture and even Iranian’s...More
It is so wonderful. Imagine you are walking in the city center of Tehran through a lot of people and suddenly when you enter to this palace, all that noise and population is gone. now all you can hear is the sound of birds and...More
The palace of the former Sachs.
What can I say..I was impresed from the style, the furniture, the pieces of arts everywhere.
It will take about 2 hours to see it all on a thoroughly way including the gardens.
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It is IRR150,000 to enter the courtyard and another IRR150,000 to enter the main hall also called mirror hall. There are a number of additional charges for entering a museum and some other attractions. Altogether almost... More
It is IRR150,000 to enter the courtyard and another IRR150,000 to enter the main hall also called mirror hall. There are a number of additional charges for entering a museum and some other attractions. Altogether almost IRR 1.000.000.
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