This palace was constructed under the orders of Pahlavi I, in the midst of a 17 hectare garden in the port of Anzali. The building has an area of 1,168 sq. m. and consists of halls, saloons, chambers and other sections. On its ceilings and walls are skillful effects of plaster and embossed works. In the northern wing there is a large gateway which adjoins the parlour. On the sides of the staircases are windows imprinted with figures of the sun. The most beautiful part of the palace is the winding staircase which finds its way to the roof.
Bandar-e Anzalī (Bandar Anzali) before the Iranian Revolution, was renamed from Bandar-e Anzali to Bandar-e Pahlavi by Reza Pahlavi)
Bandar-e Anzali (Anzali Port) is a harbour town ("Bandar" means "port") on the Caspian Sea, close to Rasht. Bandar-e Anzali is one of the ...
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