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Park Jamshidieh
Tehran

Jamshidieh (Persian: پارک جمشیدیه) is one of the most picturesque and beautiful parks in Tehran. It is located in the Niavaran district at the base of the Kolakchal Mountain. There are numerous restaurants, traditional teahouses (houses of culture which represent the diversity of Iran's ethnic and tribal heritage), picnic areas, and hiking trails from the lower area of the park all the way up to the top of the mountain.

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Uploaded: 15/03/2013
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  • H Jafari 3 months ago
    سلام پیام جان من توی دیدن پیامهای ارسالی دوستان خیلی تنبلی میکنم ولی خیلی قشنگ نوشتی عا لیه
  • payam dadsetan over 1 year ago
    mashino bad park kardi
  • payam dadsetan over 1 year ago
    good
  • maryam over 1 year ago
    بابا عکس خوبی گرفتی
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