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Golestan Palace

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Fatemeh wrote a review Sep 2020
Iran2 contributions1 helpful vote
It is not worth spending money on visiting all parts. The stuff is not presented appropriately and some of them are placed too far that you can not see them clearly.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Noosh NK wrote a review Aug 2020
Denmark28 contributions11 helpful votes
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By stepping inside this palace you go back in time and easily you would spend hours walking between rooms full of antiquities, art and history. Definitely worth visiting when you are in Tehran!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Bijan Balakhanpour wrote a review Jul 2020
6 contributions2 helpful votes
All of her on the explore to get the culture you have to see all of her on to get the culture and understand that the people are amazing but the conditions right now are terrible because of America’s relationship with you and I hope to God Trump does not get reelected because these guys deserve better. As for the site. Go to it. It’s great. You gotta experience culture
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Jana M wrote a review Apr 2020
11 contributions1 helpful vote
on our second day we walked through the city - over a water-spraying-bazzaar - and to the Golestan Palace complex. Its really big and you have to decide in the beginning which rooms you want to see and pay accordingly. We selected the throne room (Takht-e Marmar), the Reception Hall (Talar-e Salam) and the Windtower (Emarat-e Badgir) - the first two are breathtaking - the last was also great but not what we expected. All in all we payed 620.000 Rial (or 62.000 Tomen) per person (about 5€). I would recomend the palace!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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SaraNaeini wrote a review Apr 2020
Iran5 contributions5 helpful votes
Just wow! the most beautiful place in the world, if you are interested in arts it's a unique masterpiece.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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