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Ekhtesasi (Exclusive) Palace

in Roodsar city | Gilan province
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Ekhtesasi (Exclusive) Palace

Related to Roodsar city (located in Gilan province)
This palace is in a park adjoining the governor's edifice in Roodsar. The main plan of the palace is rectangular, with two horse shoe shaped vicinities in the northern wing. This two storeyed building with a gable roof, was exclusively built as a temporary residence for Reza Shah.
Enjoying a moderate and humid climate, the township of Roodsar is located in a verdant plain 326 km. from Tehran and to the south of the Caspian Sea. According to valid historical documents, the ancient name of Roodsar was "Koutum", which was a small ...
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