If you want to see an old historical and loyal place, you can choice Sa’ad Abad complex. There are so many history, art and secret things inside of this place.
Sa’ad Abad complex is located, at the foot of the Alborz ranges in the north of Tehran and a cultural and historical complex.Qajar monarchs first built it in the 19th century, Then Reza Shah Pahlavi and his son his son, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi lived there for so many years. After the 1978 Revolution, this beautiful complex became a museum.
There are more than 180 hectares of natural forest, streets, qanats, galleries, and museums in Sa’ad Abad complex.
The Best place for excursion in Tehran and buying cloths, souvenir, food and… is Tajrish bazar, And old and wonderful place for shop and eating street foods.
The Tajrish bazaar is one of the oldest place in Tehran and located in the north part of Tehran in Shemiran district. Some parts of these place architecturals’ styles are old and traditional.
There is holy place near Tajrish bazar, its Imamzade Salehe a popular local pilgrimage area , plus houses an very good value kebab restaurants and teahouses which you can try delicious Iranian food and sweet testy dessert.
We have a fantastic suggestion for visiting a marvelous garden with and ancient museum. It is Negarestan garden with old history.
Negarestan garden is amazing, beautiful aged trees all around the garden with a nice pool in the center covered by Water lotus flowers. There is two main building inside the garden: hall of Delgosha and hall of Ghalamdan, which are so nice.
Negarestan garden is located in Baharestan Square of Tehran and built in 1807 by Fath-Ali Shah Qajar. It was the first Iranian academic center for teacher training and it was school for promulgation of arts such as painting, sculpturing and other arts. In other way it was school of fine arts Kamal-ol-Molk, a famous Iranian painter.
The Persian art of carpet making, which has been handed down since antiquity, is illustrated by handmade carpets and kilims from the 17th century up to the present, which come from various textile areas of Iran.
Carpet Museum of Iran address is: Tehran Province, Tehran, Dr Fatemi St
The rare and very precious treasures of the largest archaeological museum in Iran show the moving history of Persia from prehistoric times to the Islamic era. The stone tools of the Neanderthals are for sure worth visiting, as well as the finds of the excavation sites around Persepolis and Sosa . The salt was a natural preservative, so the archaeologists were given many good information about the diet, clothing and diseases back in the ancient world. You can also visit the Museum of the Islamic Period next door.
This palace is Tehran's response to the Palace of Versailles: originally decorated as from the tales of 1001 nights. This big complex with palaces and breath-taking parks and it's famous palace of diamonds is one of the most important historical place of Tehran and was a part of the royal palaces within the Citadel of the 16th century. This masterpiece of Iranian architecture was declared a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO .-19. Century seat of the Khadzars, while it was used by the Pahlavi dynasty for important events back at the time. Among the museums and splendid halls of the complex, the exhibits of the Ethnographic Museum, such as the famous Alabaster peacock enthroned, the perfect mosaics on thewalls, the glass windows, the valuable Persian carpets and the unbelievable precious treasures of the Shahs of various heads of state as a gift. All in all, definitely worth seeing. you can visite The Golestan palace by paying a 1$ entrance fee. opening hours are 9am-5pm.
Golestan palace address is: Tehran Province, Tehran, District 12, ark sqr, Panzdah-e-Khordad St
Qara Kelisa, an ancient church near Maku, West Azerbaijan province in Iran is a pilgrim site for the Armenians who head here in mid August every year. Qara Kelisa is a three day fiesta marked by color, music, dancing, and horse riding and, of course, feasting on a sumptuous spread.
The landmark of Iran as a modern country, the "Freedom Tower" rises as an inverted Ypsilon 50 m above Azadi Square. This parts that are mixing from modern architecture from the 1960s with significant site of traditional Persian architecture was built from white Isfahan marble and inaugurated in 1971 on the occasion of the 2500th anniversary of the Persian monarchy. You can take a lift inside the building to the viewing platform and enjoy the stunning views over Tehran. Under the Azadi tower is a museum, including a copy of the Cyrus cylinder dating from 539 BC, the world's first proclamation of human rights issued by Cyrus the Great, king of Babylon. Address: Kuy More Abad.
If you trip to Tehran and looking for a historical place to see old and beautiful complex and become familiar with Iranian culture you can go to Masoudieh Place. So where is Masoudieh located and what is history of this place?
Masoudieh place is historical and beautiful complex in Tehran which was built in 1879 for the prince Mass’oud Mirza and historical houses from Qajar dynasty near Baharestan Square. It is very important in terms of architecture as well as historical events that have occurred in it.
Masoudieh place is the important locale because the first library and the museum were established there, moreover used as cadet at the beginning of 20th century. The first Ministry of Education established here in 1967.