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Vali Asr St Tehran Spring Nasibi St Pahlavi St Valiasr

Published 4 months ago by Majeed Panahee joo

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خیابان ولی‌عصر بلندترین خیابان شهر تهران و همچنین بلندترین خیابان خاورمیانه با درازای ۱۷٫۹ کیلومتر است که از می<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/vali-asr-st-tehran-spring-nasibi-st-pahlavi-st-valiasr">...(more)</a>

The Sahebqraniyeh Palace

Published over 3 years ago by sina savojbolaghi

niavaran palace This building is located in Niavaran palace complex that is a historical complex situated in the northern part of Tehran, Iran.

Shah's Palace Tehran Iran

Published over 4 years ago by Mark Schuster

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A charming building but not the Niavaran palce just one of a number of building in its grounds. The main palce can just be seen through the trees behind the lady in the pink head scarf.

Shah's Palace Tehran Iran 2

Published over 4 years ago by Mark Schuster

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  The Niavaran Palace on the northern edge of Tehran was the residence of the last Shah of Iran, Mohammed Pahlavi, and of his father before, <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/niavaran-palace-tehran-2">...(more)</a>

Shah's Palace Tehran Iran

Published over 4 years ago by Mark Schuster

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The Niavaran Palace on the northern edge of Tehran was the residence of the last Shah of Iran, Mohammed Pahlavi, and of his father before,<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/niavaran-palace-tehran-iran">...(more)</a>

Niavaran Palace Tehran Iran 3

Published over 4 years ago by Mark Schuster

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  The Niavaran Palace on the northern edge of Tehran was the residence of the last Shah of Iran, Mohammed Pahlavi, and of his father before, Reza Pahlavi<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/shahs-palace">...(more)</a>

Golestan Palace - Tehran - Iran

Published about 5 years ago by Mark Schuster

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Golestan Palace, actually a complex of palaces in Tehran was the seat and home of the Kahdja Dynasty but was used by the last of the shahs, Mohammad<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/golestan-tehran-g">...(more)</a>

Golostan Palace - Tehran - Iran

Published about 5 years ago by Mark Schuster

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Golestan Palace, actually a complex of palaces in Tehran, was the seat and home of the Kahdja Dynasty but was used by the last of the shahs, Mohamma<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/golostan-d-tehran">...(more)</a>

Golestan Palace -Terhran - Iran

Published about 5 years ago by Mark Schuster

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Golestan Palace, actually a complex of palaces in Tehran was the seat and home of the Kahdja Dynasty but was used by the last of the shahs, Mohammad<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/golestan-e-tehran">...(more)</a>

Golestan Palace - Tehran - Iran

Published about 5 years ago by Mark Schuster

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Golestan Palace, actually a complex of palaces in Tehran was the seat and home of the Kahdja Dynasty but was used by the last of the shahs, M<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/golestan-palace-tehran-2">...(more)</a>

Golestan Palace - Tehran - Iran

Published about 5 years ago by Mark Schuster

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Golestan Palace, actually a complex of palaces in Tehran was the seat and home of the Kahdja Dynasty but was used by the last of the shahs, Moh<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/golestan-palace-tehran">...(more)</a>

Golestan Palace - Iran - Tehran [3]

Published about 5 years ago by Mark Schuster

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Golestan Palace, now a museum, was the residence of several shahs of Iran.? It is infact not a single palace but a complex of several bu<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/golestan-palace-iran-tehran-3">...(more)</a>

Golestan Palace - Iran - Tehran [2]

Published about 5 years ago by Mark Schuster

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The grand starecase leading to state rooms where foreign dignitories were received. The last Shah of Iran, Mohammad Pahlavi, and for that matter his<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/golestan-2-tehran">...(more)</a>

Golestan Palace - Tehran - Iran [1]

Published about 5 years ago by Mark Schuster

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This is one of the many palaces in Golestan (flower garden) and contains the state rooms and is where Shah Mohammad Pahlavi was crowned.