The capital of Iran and Tehran province, the most populous city, in Iran.
This complex is located in a large garden which consists of places belongs to Qajar and Pahlavi era. This region has been summer residence of Fath-Ali Shah Qajar.
It covers an area of 300 hectares, it is a complex of palaces dating back to Qajar and Pahlavi dynasty. In 19th century the complex was built by Qajar kings, after an expansion Pahlavi dynasty lived there at present it serves as a museum.
Golestan Palace(UNESCO Heritage)
Golestan palace belongs to Zand and Qajar era. It is about 440 years old, and one of the most unique places, which is located in the center of Tehran. The kings of Qajar dynasty crowned at this place.
National Jewels Museum
The Iranian National Jewels Museum is located in the treasury of the central Bank of Iran and is also used as a museum. Jewels from the Safavid, Afsharid, Qajar, Pahlavi eras are exhibited for the public.
Iran-e Bastan Museum
The first Iranian museum was built by the French architect Andre Godard in 1938. It is divided into two parts pre-Islamic and Islamic, this museum is one of the best museums in Iran.
In 1971 this monument was constructed as a symbol of Tehran. It is 45 m. height and 63 m. length. It consists of three types of architecture from, Achaemenid, Sassanid, and Islamic.
It is the sixth-tallest tower and the 24th tallest building in the word. It is 435 m. height.