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Baq-e-Shah (Safavi) Edifice and Garden

in Behshahr city | Mazandaran province
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Baq-e-Shah (Safavi) Edifice and Garden

Related to Behshahr city (located in Mazandaran province)
The municipality grounds of Behshahr city is the former Baq-e-Shah, reputedly known as Ashraf-ol-Belad of the Safavid period, which is full of fir trees and beautiful flowers. A new structure has been built on the ruins of the old one, well known as the 'Dewan Khaneh'. The length of this building is thrice the width.
The township of Behshahr is to the east of the province and to the north of which is the Caspian Sea. This region experiences a temperate and humid climate with the city of Behshahr as its center, located 326 km. from Tehran. This city nestles in the ...
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