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Saltanatabad Palace
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Saltanat Abad Palace

in Tehran city | Tehran province
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Saltanat Abad Palace

Related to Tehran city (located in Tehran province)
This two-storeyed palace was built under the orders of Naseredin Shah in the village of Rostam Abad in the year (1305 AH). This palace has a "Hoze-Khaneh" in the center (a covered area with a pool). The walls and rooms under the "howz-Khaneh" are adorned with artistic plaster work . A golden globe or ball which was a symbol for royalty has been mounted on the highest portion of the gable-roof of the place.
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Saltanatabad Palace
A painting by Kamalol-Molk
SaltanatAbad Palace
SaltanatAbad Palace
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