This palace is situated in the city of Hashtpar and has an architectural combination of the traditional Iranian and western styles. It dates back to the Qajar period and has a gable roof. The structure has eight doors, thereby the name of the city 'Hashtbar'. Which later came to be known as 'Hashtpar' (Hasht meaning eight in the Persian language). Currently Hashtpar is called Talesh and the said palace is still a place of interest there.
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 ...
Located in Saadabad Historical Complex (Sa'd Abad) in north of Tehran, was built at the end of the Qajar era when it was known as the Shahvand Palace.MORE
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