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Niavaran Palace Complex

Related to Tehran city (located in Tehran province)
Niavaran complex is located in a majestic, refreshing garden which measures about 11 hectares and includes monuments belonging to the Qajar and Pahlavid eras. The beginning history of the garden is contemporaneous with the reign of Fath Ali Shah, the second Qajarid king (r. 1797-1834). To have a place of entertainment and a summer resort, Fath Ali ...
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Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
Niavaran Palace was in fact the famous Qajar king’s, Naser al-Din Shah, summer resort which was later expanded by Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. The main Niavaran Palace was completed in 1968, which was supposed to be a reception hall for royal guests, but changed into the royal residence later. The king and his royal family lived here until the Islamic revolution in 1979.
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Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
The building is allocated to libraries in three separate levels the reading room, the main library, and the audio visual room. In addition, the library includes an underground basement for storing paintings and other artifacts. Other sections of the library include sets of artwork, which number over 350. The works reflect parts of modern art history, particularly the modern tendencies of Iranian art in the 1950s and 1960s.
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Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
This structure which bears the name of the garden, Niavaran, is about 9000 square meters and is composed of two and a half stores. The decoration is inspired by Islamic and pre-Islamic elements such as mirror work, stucco, and tilework.
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Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
The building is allocated to libraries in three separate levels the reading room, the main library, and the audio visual room. In addition, the library includes an underground basement for storing paintings and other artifacts. Other sections of the library include sets of artwork, which number over 350. The works reflect parts of modern art history, particularly the modern tendencies of Iranian art in the 1950s and 1960s.
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Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
Qajar kings had a pleasure-loving attitude, so they built several great palaces in their capital, Tehran. So, Fathali Shah ordered to build a palace in this garden. But in 1985, Mohammad Reza Shah decided to build a brand new palace instead of the old one. At first, this palace was used to welcome foreign visitors, but eventually, the Pahlavi Family took the residence. During the years, other parts were added to the complex.
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Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
The Niavaran Palace Complex (Persian: Kakh-e Niāvarān) is a historical palace complex situated in Shemiran (northern Tehran), Iran. It consists of several palace buildings and monuments dating back to the Qajar and Pahlavi eras.
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Night view of Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
The Sahebgharanieh is most interesting for the insight it affords into the shah’s daily life. Rooms include a basement teahouse, private dental surgery and a bar decorated with Shirazi painted beams.
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Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
The Niavaran Palace Complex (Persian: Kakh-e Niāvarān) is a historical palace complex situated in Shemiran (northern Tehran), Iran. It consists of several palace buildings and monuments dating back to the Qajar and Pahlavi eras.
Niavaran Palace,Jahan Nama Museum,Niavaran Royal Palace,کاخ نیاوران,موزه نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,صاحبقرانیه,sahebgaranieh,sahabgharanieh,saheb qaranieh palace,jahanama museum,tehran museum,موزه تهران,موزه کاخ نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,museum niavaran
Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
The Sahebgharanieh is most interesting for the insight it affords into the shah’s daily life. Rooms include a basement teahouse, private dental surgery and a bar decorated with Shirazi painted beams.
Niavaran Palace,Jahan Nama Museum,Niavaran Royal Palace,کاخ نیاوران,موزه نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,صاحبقرانیه,sahebgaranieh,sahabgharanieh,saheb qaranieh palace,jahanama museum,tehran museum,موزه تهران,موزه کاخ نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,museum niavaran
Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
The Sahebgharanieh is most interesting for the insight it affords into the shah’s daily life. Rooms include a basement teahouse, private dental surgery and a bar decorated with Shirazi painted beams.
Niavaran Palace,Jahan Nama Museum,Niavaran Royal Palace,کاخ نیاوران,موزه نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,صاحبقرانیه,sahebgaranieh,sahabgharanieh,saheb qaranieh palace,jahanama museum,tehran museum,موزه تهران,موزه کاخ نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,museum niavaran
Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
The Niavaran Palace Complex (Persian: Kakh-e Niāvarān) is a historical palace complex situated in Shemiran (northern Tehran), Iran. It consists of several palace buildings and monuments dating back to the Qajar and Pahlavi eras.
Niavaran Palace,Jahan Nama Museum,Niavaran Royal Palace,کاخ نیاوران,موزه نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,صاحبقرانیه,sahebgaranieh,sahabgharanieh,saheb qaranieh palace,jahanama museum,tehran museum,موزه تهران,موزه کاخ نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,museum niavaran
Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
Niavaran Palace was in fact the famous Qajar king’s, Naser al-Din Shah, summer resort which was later expanded by Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. The main Niavaran Palace was completed in 1968, which was supposed to be a reception hall for royal guests, but changed into the royal residence later. The king and his royal family lived here until the Islamic revolution in 1979.
Niavaran Palace,Jahan Nama Museum,Niavaran Royal Palace,کاخ نیاوران,موزه نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,صاحبقرانیه,sahebgaranieh,sahabgharanieh,saheb qaranieh palace,jahanama museum,tehran museum,موزه تهران,موزه کاخ نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,museum niavaran
Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
Qajar kings had a pleasure-loving attitude, so they built several great palaces in their capital, Tehran. So, Fathali Shah ordered to build a palace in this garden. But in 1985, Mohammad Reza Shah decided to build a brand new palace instead of the old one. At first, this palace was used to welcome foreign visitors, but eventually, the Pahlavi Family took the residence. During the years, other parts were added to the complex.
Niavaran Palace,Jahan Nama Museum,Niavaran Royal Palace,کاخ نیاوران,موزه نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,صاحبقرانیه,sahebgaranieh,sahabgharanieh,saheb qaranieh palace,jahanama museum,tehran museum,موزه تهران,موزه کاخ نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,museum niavaran
Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
The Sahebgharanieh is most interesting for the insight it affords into the shah’s daily life. Rooms include a basement teahouse, private dental surgery and a bar decorated with Shirazi painted beams.
Niavaran Palace,Jahan Nama Museum,Niavaran Royal Palace,کاخ نیاوران,موزه نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,صاحبقرانیه,sahebgaranieh,sahabgharanieh,saheb qaranieh palace,jahanama museum,tehran museum,موزه تهران,موزه کاخ نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,museum niavaran
Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
Niavaran Palace was in fact the famous Qajar king’s, Naser al-Din Shah, summer resort which was later expanded by Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. The main Niavaran Palace was completed in 1968, which was supposed to be a reception hall for royal guests, but changed into the royal residence later. The king and his royal family lived here until the Islamic revolution in 1979.
Niavaran Palace,Jahan Nama Museum,Niavaran Royal Palace,کاخ نیاوران,موزه نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,صاحبقرانیه,sahebgaranieh,sahabgharanieh,saheb qaranieh palace,jahanama museum,tehran museum,موزه تهران,موزه کاخ نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,museum niavaran
Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
This structure which bears the name of the garden, Niavaran, is about 9000 square meters and is composed of two and a half stores. The decoration is inspired by Islamic and pre-Islamic elements such as mirror work, stucco, and tilework.
Niavaran Palace,Jahan Nama Museum,Niavaran Royal Palace,کاخ نیاوران,موزه نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,صاحبقرانیه,sahebgaranieh,sahabgharanieh,saheb qaranieh palace,jahanama museum,tehran museum,موزه تهران,موزه کاخ نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,museum niavaran
Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
Qajar kings had a pleasure-loving attitude, so they built several great palaces in their capital, Tehran. So, Fathali Shah ordered to build a palace in this garden. But in 1985, Mohammad Reza Shah decided to build a brand new palace instead of the old one. At first, this palace was used to welcome foreign visitors, but eventually, the Pahlavi Family took the residence. During the years, other parts were added to the complex.
Niavaran Palace,Jahan Nama Museum,Niavaran Royal Palace,کاخ نیاوران,موزه نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,صاحبقرانیه,sahebgaranieh,sahabgharanieh,saheb qaranieh palace,jahanama museum,tehran museum,موزه تهران,موزه کاخ نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,museum niavaran
Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
Niavaran Palace was in fact the famous Qajar king’s, Naser al-Din Shah, summer resort which was later expanded by Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. The main Niavaran Palace was completed in 1968, which was supposed to be a reception hall for royal guests, but changed into the royal residence later. The king and his royal family lived here until the Islamic revolution in 1979.
Niavaran Palace,Jahan Nama Museum,Niavaran Royal Palace,کاخ نیاوران,موزه نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,صاحبقرانیه,sahebgaranieh,sahabgharanieh,saheb qaranieh palace,jahanama museum,tehran museum,موزه تهران,موزه کاخ نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,museum niavaran
Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
Niavaran Palace was in fact the famous Qajar king’s, Naser al-Din Shah, summer resort which was later expanded by Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. The main Niavaran Palace was completed in 1968, which was supposed to be a reception hall for royal guests, but changed into the royal residence later. The king and his royal family lived here until the Islamic revolution in 1979.
Niavaran Palace,Jahan Nama Museum,Niavaran Royal Palace,کاخ نیاوران,موزه نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,صاحبقرانیه,sahebgaranieh,sahabgharanieh,saheb qaranieh palace,jahanama museum,tehran museum,موزه تهران,موزه کاخ نیاوران,کاخ موزه نیاوران,museum niavaran
Niavaran Palace Complex - Tehran
Niavaran Palace was in fact the famous Qajar king’s, Naser al-Din Shah, summer resort which was later expanded by Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. The main Niavaran Palace was completed in 1968, which was supposed to be a reception hall for royal guests, but changed into the royal residence later. The king and his royal family lived here until the Islamic revolution in 1979.
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