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Palace of the Golestan Museum
Tehran’s tourist attractions are the palaces of Tehran, which is the collection of the palace of Golestan Museum, a memorial to the historic citadel of Tehran, the residence of the Qajar dynasty and the most beautiful and oldest monuments of the 200-year-old capital of Iran visa. The palace of the Golestan Museum once shone like a Negni in the citadel. The historical record of the royal citadel dates back to the Safavid dynasty in the north of the street and Imam Khomeini Square (Sepah) on the west side of Khayyam Street, east of Naser Khosrow Street, on the south of the 15th Street of Khordad and the Arg Square.
The first king of Shah Tahmasb Safavi (930-984) was the first king to order the pilgrimage of the tomb of Abdul Azim to take place in the length of a farshek. After him, Shah Abbas, Safavid, built four Gardens and Chenarestans in the northern part of the Tahmasbi Fence, which later built a rounded wall and built the royal palaces inside it, called the Citadel.
At the end of the Safavid period, Tehran was once the temporary headquarters of the Safavid kings, and even King Solomon (1077-1107) built a palace in the city. But today there is no trace of Safavid period buildings.
The oldest monuments in the Golestan complex are Avon, the marble bed and Karimkhani’s private ruins of Karim Khan Zand era. In his battle against Muhammad Hassan Khan Qajar in 1172, he placed Tehran in his hometown and after winning the war in the old court of Tehran, which was made during Sah Solomon, he gave the general rule as the lawyer of Al Raya, the government of Iran Took hold.
According to him, in the summer of the same year, the citadel fence was restored, and a hand was restored, and the dormitory and the Dar-e-Hakmeh mansion were built inside it, and in the summer of the following year (1173), which transferred its camp to the Ganat Soltanieh (Zanjan). Instructed to build a special mansion and a large Sassanid and gardens house on the other side. The spectacular sights of Tehran can be considered as one of the most prominent places in Iran that are easily accessible and can be visited in any season.
After the death of Karim Khan Zand in 1193, Mr. Qajar was elected to Tehran in 1200, but he was less accommodated because of constant military engagement, and he did not have much room for a mansion and prosperity. Since Fath Ali Shah has been planted on Iran’s desert in 1211, since then, with the expansion of the royal and royal ceremonies, several buildings inside the citadel of Tehran, mostly during the time of Fath Ali Shah and Nasser-al-Din Shah Qajar, were constructed.
During the reza Shah Pahlavi era, large parts of the organ of Tehran, including its fence, the Grand Bazaar, the building of the Stefan Office, the gallery, the government, Narenjestan, the Gulshan Garden and the buildings were destroyed. The residence of the Shah to Saadabad and then during the reign of Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi was transferred to Niavaran and the Golestan complex was converted into a place of reception of foreign guests. After the revolution, the Golestan collection, like most of Raiger’s royal monuments, became a museum so that everyone could visit it and Watch the beauties of the arts and craftsmen.
The various sections of this collection are currently:
Marble Bungalow, Khartoum Karimkhani, Museum Room (Hall of Honor) and its Pool, Mirror Hall, Ivory Hall or Table Clay Hall of Borlian or Table Cloth, Hallmarket or Ceremonial, Library Building, Shams Almareh Mansion, Pyramid Mansion and its Great Basin, Hall Diamond, palace palace, tent of the house
Individuals and groups subject to free visit
1- Groups under the age of 7 years and over 70 years with a valid identification card.
2- Retirees by providing or retirement order.
3. Researchers and researchers provide confirmation from relevant scientific and research centers.
4- Official invitees and official guests of the government by providing relevant invitations.
5. Persons who are martyred in mosques and places in order to perform religious practices and religious practices.
6. The public on May 28 (World Museum Day).
7. Children and adolescents and their parents along with them on October 16 (World Children’s Day).
8- Groups of students and students with their teachers, professors and their supervisors by presenting the previous coordination letter
9. Students and students during the decade of Fajr by presenting an identification card or a letter of introduction.
10. Members of the Ecumenical Council (International Organization of Museums) with identification cards.
11. Pears (Young Rovers and Young Tourists) by providing a Identification Card.
12. Members of the Association of Cultural Monuments Lovers by providing a Identification Card.
13. Holders of the Special Visit Card, issued from the Office of the Director of the Cultural Heritage Organization.
14. Personnel of the country’s cultural heritage organization and their families by providing an identification card.
Individuals and groups covered in half price
Visit students, students, teachers and university professors individually by providing an identification card to the amount required.
Individuals and groups subject to visit at a fixed price
People under the auspices of the Khomeini Relief Committee and the Welfare Organization, Liberators, Veterans, and Mothers’ Families, employees of the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance and their affiliated organizations and their families, with the exception of the Cultural Heritage Organization of the country, are required to pay contributions to the amount 1000 Rials will be.
The historic complex of Golestan Palace is located on the 15th of Khordad Square, 0 citadel, Tehran.
This collection is accessible by public transport. Refer to the Help Map for more details.
The cultural goods store is located on the ground floor of the Abies palace.
Cannidium Tea is located at the Alumni Hall.
Information box is at the entrance to the palace.
Visitor Guide At the entrance to each set of guides, you are ready to answer and guide the collection.
Photographing and filming in some areas without the use of flash and tripods is allowed.
Smoking is prohibited throughout the collection.