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Haramsara Palace

in Garmsar city | Semnan province
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Haramsara Palace

Related to Garmsar city (located in Semnan province)
This palace is located at a distance of 1 km. south east of the Shah Abbas palace and was most probably a temporary royal residence used during traveling time, and also was used as 'haramsara' or special apartments for the court women. Whereas in other times, this palace was in the hands of the royal hunters (of the court). This palace comprises of porches, halls, haramsara, in addition to various other chambers.
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