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An old shinny part of history.

It's a ve5old museums. It's still taken advantage of the 1950's architecture. Everything is old... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Kamyar K
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Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
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beautifull

beautiful jewels, very interesting to see, worth the tripthe guards are a little too distant, but... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
yogagroup15
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Toulouse, France
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It's a ve5old museums. It's still taken advantage of the 1950's architecture. Everything is old even the selves and the museum. Rare pieces of art are there.
It is located in one of crowded and smokey parts of Tehran. The traffic is too crazy. Drivers rule the streets. Police is almost useless.
But you will see one of the rare and rich museums. It worths to visit.

Thank Kamyar K
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Reviewed 5 days ago

beautiful jewels, very interesting to see, worth the tripthe guards are a little too distant, but it would be less with the responsibility of such a treasure

Thank yogagroup15
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Evey body should go and visit this place, all of that are belong to Iranian people.
The most famous and biggest Pink Diamond called Darye Nour is keeping here as well .

Thank omak_khan
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Reviewed 6 days ago

For such place the level of organisations is terrible. Staff is rude and unhelpful.

There are really a lot of beautiful things to see, however you cannot find any descriptions for the items presented. Not a single word that would say what you are looking at.

The room is too small to accommodate all visitors.

Thank MikhailS50
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Reviewed 6 days ago

These jewels were amazing. A must see. Go early to avoid long lines. You cannot bring anything into the room

Thank Wander612598
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Reviewed 6 days ago

This is one of the amazing places with charming Royal jewelry. You see the jewleries never seen before, Koh-i-Noor, one of the most famoust jewlwry in the world.

Thank Mitra S
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Loved all the beautiful boxes in this place. Lots of security and no cameras. Wish they had reproductions for sale

Thank Margaret K
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Be sure to be in Tehran when this is open and be early to get tickets. There is a line of people for this but well worth the wait

Thank David-A-NZ
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This museum contains magnificent royal jewelry. It provides the visitors with English and Persian guides who are trained and would give you a tour around the place.

Thank MaryZamani
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One the one hand such ostentatious wealth is obscene, on the other hand it is mesmerising and like other reminders of a damaging past, you can say that one almost has a duty to visit and reflect as well as admire. As you may expect security is very tight, no bags or wallets even. The day we visited there were no queues which has been the case in the past. All visitors are guided in small groups and it is pot luck whether you can understand the guide assuming you can actually hear him, but basically you can get what you want from the vast display of jewellery, raw gems, bejewelled military insignia and other practical pieces, including a large throne as well as the huge diamond, billed as the second biggest uncut diamond in the world.
Surrounded by so much incalculable opulence, it proved difficult to maintain one's enthusiam, aesthetically superb but somehow unsettling. Still, a must see.

Thank hollySalisbury
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