Historical Places
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Darakeh
Shopping malls and centers of Tehran

Noor shopping Center
Address: Noor shopping Center, Farahzad BLV, Sanat Square, Shahrak – e – Gharb, Tehran
Boostan shopping Center
Address: Boostan shopping Center, PonakAquare, Tehran
Tiraje shopping Center
Address: Tiraje shopping Center, after Hematbridge, AsharfiIsfehani Highway, Tehran.
Tandis shopping Center
Address: Tandis shopping Center, Jafari St, Tagrish Square, Tehran
Tehran Mobile Center
Address: Tehran Mobile Center, Hafez and Jomhori Crossroad, Tehran
Tehran Grand Bazaar
Address: Tehran Grand Bazaar, Sabzeh Square, Galobandak Crossroad, Tehran
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National Museum of Iran
The Golestan Palace, literally the Roseland Palace, is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran''''s capital city, Tehran.
History of Golestan Palace, Tehran landmarks, returns to the reign of Shah Abbas. In Karim Khan Zand era, this complex experiencedfundamental changes by constructing Dyvankhanh, but the palace’s real significance can be attributed to Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar era.
The oldest structures in Golestan Palace, Ivan Takht Marmar and Karimkhani private building, belong to Karim Khan Zand era.
In battles against Mohammad Hassan Khan Qajar, Karim Khan ChoseTehran as his central commander headquarter and after winning this battle, in old Dyvankhanh building in Tehran, which was built in the time of King Solomon declared himself as a king.On his command a masque and private palace and governmental building were built.
After the death of Karim Khan Zand, Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar ChoseTehran as the country’s capital, but he stays in the capital very often since he was on war always and therefore he had no opportunity for the development and prosperity.
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Vashi Strait
Shopping malls and centers of Tehran

Noor shopping Center
Address: Noor shopping Center, Farahzad BLV, Sanat Square, Shahrak – e – Gharb, Tehran
Boostan shopping Center
Address: Boostan shopping Center, PonakAquare, Tehran
Tiraje shopping Center
Address: Tiraje shopping Center, after Hematbridge, AsharfiIsfehani Highway, Tehran.
Tandis shopping Center
Address: Tandis shopping Center, Jafari St, Tagrish Square, Tehran
Tehran Mobile Center
Address: Tehran Mobile Center, Hafez and Jomhori Crossroad, Tehran
Tehran Grand Bazaar
Address: Tehran Grand Bazaar, Sabzeh Square, Galobandak Crossroad, Tehran
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Dar ul-Funun
Dar ul-Funun, established in 1851, was the first modern university and modern institution of higher learning in Iran and was established during the ministry of Amir Kabir which lasted around three years.
Heavily influenced by trips to Europe, Amir Kabir decided to set up a school which is in higher levels compare to primary and secondary schools.
Dar ul-Fununwhich is in Naser Khosro Street is not used for educational purposes and is the first semi-college center built by the Amir Kabir.

But he did not see it openedbecause the first group of scholars headed by doctor Pollack, arrived Tehran just two days after Amir Kabir arrested and exiled from Tehran.
Thirteen days before the killing of Amir Kabir and In the presence of Nasser al-Din Shah, Dar ul-Funun started to work.

Seven Austrian teacher were responsible for teaching the students who belonged to the most important and influential families of the country.
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The Golestan Palace
The Golestan Palace, literally the Roseland Palace, is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran''''s capital city, Tehran.
History of Golestan Palace, Tehran landmarks, returns to the reign of Shah Abbas. In Karim Khan Zand era, this complex experiencedfundamental changes by constructing Dyvankhanh, but the palace’s real significance can be attributed to Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar era.
The oldest structures in Golestan Palace, Ivan Takht Marmar and Karimkhani private building, belong to Karim Khan Zand era.
In battles against Mohammad Hassan Khan Qajar, Karim Khan ChoseTehran as his central commander headquarter and after winning this battle, in old Dyvankhanh building in Tehran, which was built in the time of King Solomon declared himself as a king.On his command a masque and private palace and governmental building were built.
After the death of Karim Khan Zand, Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar ChoseTehran as the country’s capital, but he stays in the capital very often since he was on war always and therefore he had no opportunity for the development and prosperity.
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Ferdows Garden
The Golestan Palace, literally the Roseland Palace, is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran''''s capital city, Tehran.
History of Golestan Palace, Tehran landmarks, returns to the reign of Shah Abbas. In Karim Khan Zand era, this complex experiencedfundamental changes by constructing Dyvankhanh, but the palace’s real significance can be attributed to Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar era.
The oldest structures in Golestan Palace, Ivan Takht Marmar and Karimkhani private building, belong to Karim Khan Zand era.
In battles against Mohammad Hassan Khan Qajar, Karim Khan ChoseTehran as his central commander headquarter and after winning this battle, in old Dyvankhanh building in Tehran, which was built in the time of King Solomon declared himself as a king.On his command a masque and private palace and governmental building were built.
After the death of Karim Khan Zand, Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar ChoseTehran as the country’s capital, but he stays in the capital very often since he was on war always and therefore he had no opportunity for the development and prosperity.
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Shams ol-Emareh
The Golestan Palace, literally the Roseland Palace, is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran''''s capital city, Tehran.
History of Golestan Palace, Tehran landmarks, returns to the reign of Shah Abbas. In Karim Khan Zand era, this complex experiencedfundamental changes by constructing Dyvankhanh, but the palace’s real significance can be attributed to Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar era.
The oldest structures in Golestan Palace, Ivan Takht Marmar and Karimkhani private building, belong to Karim Khan Zand era.
In battles against Mohammad Hassan Khan Qajar, Karim Khan ChoseTehran as his central commander headquarter and after winning this battle, in old Dyvankhanh building in Tehran, which was built in the time of King Solomon declared himself as a king.On his command a masque and private palace and governmental building were built.
After the death of Karim Khan Zand, Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar ChoseTehran as the country’s capital, but he stays in the capital very often since he was on war always and therefore he had no opportunity for the development and prosperity.
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The Azadi Tower
The Golestan Palace, literally the Roseland Palace, is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran''''s capital city, Tehran.
History of Golestan Palace, Tehran landmarks, returns to the reign of Shah Abbas. In Karim Khan Zand era, this complex experiencedfundamental changes by constructing Dyvankhanh, but the palace’s real significance can be attributed to Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar era.
The oldest structures in Golestan Palace, Ivan Takht Marmar and Karimkhani private building, belong to Karim Khan Zand era.
In battles against Mohammad Hassan Khan Qajar, Karim Khan ChoseTehran as his central commander headquarter and after winning this battle, in old Dyvankhanh building in Tehran, which was built in the time of King Solomon declared himself as a king.On his command a masque and private palace and governmental building were built.
After the death of Karim Khan Zand, Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar ChoseTehran as the country’s capital, but he stays in the capital very often since he was on war always and therefore he had no opportunity for the development and prosperity.
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The Shāh Abdol Azīm Shrine
The Golestan Palace, literally the Roseland Palace, is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran''''s capital city, Tehran.
History of Golestan Palace, Tehran landmarks, returns to the reign of Shah Abbas. In Karim Khan Zand era, this complex experiencedfundamental changes by constructing Dyvankhanh, but the palace’s real significance can be attributed to Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar era.
The oldest structures in Golestan Palace, Ivan Takht Marmar and Karimkhani private building, belong to Karim Khan Zand era.
In battles against Mohammad Hassan Khan Qajar, Karim Khan ChoseTehran as his central commander headquarter and after winning this battle, in old Dyvankhanh building in Tehran, which was built in the time of King Solomon declared himself as a king.On his command a masque and private palace and governmental building were built.
After the death of Karim Khan Zand, Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar ChoseTehran as the country’s capital, but he stays in the capital very often since he was on war always and therefore he had no opportunity for the development and prosperity.
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Bibi Shahr Banu
The Golestan Palace, literally the Roseland Palace, is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran''''s capital city, Tehran.
History of Golestan Palace, Tehran landmarks, returns to the reign of Shah Abbas. In Karim Khan Zand era, this complex experiencedfundamental changes by constructing Dyvankhanh, but the palace’s real significance can be attributed to Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar era.
The oldest structures in Golestan Palace, Ivan Takht Marmar and Karimkhani private building, belong to Karim Khan Zand era.
In battles against Mohammad Hassan Khan Qajar, Karim Khan ChoseTehran as his central commander headquarter and after winning this battle, in old Dyvankhanh building in Tehran, which was built in the time of King Solomon declared himself as a king.On his command a masque and private palace and governmental building were built.
After the death of Karim Khan Zand, Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar ChoseTehran as the country’s capital, but he stays in the capital very often since he was on war always and therefore he had no opportunity for the development and prosperity.
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Mausoleum of Khomeini
The Golestan Palace, literally the Roseland Palace, is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran''''s capital city, Tehran.
History of Golestan Palace, Tehran landmarks, returns to the reign of Shah Abbas. In Karim Khan Zand era, this complex experiencedfundamental changes by constructing Dyvankhanh, but the palace’s real significance can be attributed to Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar era.
The oldest structures in Golestan Palace, Ivan Takht Marmar and Karimkhani private building, belong to Karim Khan Zand era.
In battles against Mohammad Hassan Khan Qajar, Karim Khan ChoseTehran as his central commander headquarter and after winning this battle, in old Dyvankhanh building in Tehran, which was built in the time of King Solomon declared himself as a king.On his command a masque and private palace and governmental building were built.
After the death of Karim Khan Zand, Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar ChoseTehran as the country’s capital, but he stays in the capital very often since he was on war always and therefore he had no opportunity for the development and prosperity.
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Imamzadeh Saleh
The Golestan Palace, literally the Roseland Palace, is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran''''s capital city, Tehran.
History of Golestan Palace, Tehran landmarks, returns to the reign of Shah Abbas. In Karim Khan Zand era, this complex experiencedfundamental changes by constructing Dyvankhanh, but the palace’s real significance can be attributed to Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar era.
The oldest structures in Golestan Palace, Ivan Takht Marmar and Karimkhani private building, belong to Karim Khan Zand era.
In battles against Mohammad Hassan Khan Qajar, Karim Khan ChoseTehran as his central commander headquarter and after winning this battle, in old Dyvankhanh building in Tehran, which was built in the time of King Solomon declared himself as a king.On his command a masque and private palace and governmental building were built.
After the death of Karim Khan Zand, Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar ChoseTehran as the country’s capital, but he stays in the capital very often since he was on war always and therefore he had no opportunity for the development and prosperity.
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The Imam Khomeini Mosque
The Golestan Palace, literally the Roseland Palace, is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran''''s capital city, Tehran.
History of Golestan Palace, Tehran landmarks, returns to the reign of Shah Abbas. In Karim Khan Zand era, this complex experiencedfundamental changes by constructing Dyvankhanh, but the palace’s real significance can be attributed to Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar era.
The oldest structures in Golestan Palace, Ivan Takht Marmar and Karimkhani private building, belong to Karim Khan Zand era.
In battles against Mohammad Hassan Khan Qajar, Karim Khan ChoseTehran as his central commander headquarter and after winning this battle, in old Dyvankhanh building in Tehran, which was built in the time of King Solomon declared himself as a king.On his command a masque and private palace and governmental building were built.
After the death of Karim Khan Zand, Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar ChoseTehran as the country’s capital, but he stays in the capital very often since he was on war always and therefore he had no opportunity for the development and prosperity.
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