This square and its name are memories of the time Hadji Ali Naqi Khan (1219-1214 AH.) the son of Mohammad Taqi Khan who governed there. On one of the stone benches (platforms) around the square and in the old school next to it, there is an epigraph on stone with the poems of Zabihi, the poet of twelfth century.
Azadi Square, formerly known as Shahyad Square, is a mainly green city square in Tehran. This structure was constructed in the year 1350 (1971), during the reign of Mohammad ...MORE
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