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Zarqamol Saltaneh Summer Residing Palace

in Talesh (Hashtpar) city | Gilan province
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Zarqamol Saltaneh Summer Residing Palace

Related to Talesh (Hashtpar) city (located in Gilan province)
These palaces are located in the villages of 'Maryan' and 'Aqaloo'. Zarqamol Saltaneh was one of the rulers of 'Gorgan Rood'. Each of these palaces are composed of three divisions named as, the noble class, the barracks and the stables. The above mentioned palaces were set ablaze during the Constitutional Movement. By investing on these structures in their reconstruction, the same could be promising sight-seeing vicinities in Gilan.
The township of Talesh is 451 km. from Tehran, and there is in a mountainous area in the west of Talesh (in Gilan Province). The Alborz Mountain Range from the north to south direction and runs parallel to the sea coast. Talesh has a moderate and humid ...
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