Tehran's Holy Defense Museum is a 21-hectare complex focused on the Iran-Iraq War of 1980 to 1988 -- the conflict known in Iran as the "Holy Defense." remembers the eight-year Iran–Iraq War through maps, photos, weapons, letters and intelligence documents from the war.
Elgoli Park in Tabriz or Shahgoli, 8km south-east of the center, is popular with summer strollers and courting couples. Its fairground surrounds an artificial lake, in the middle of which a photogenic restaurant-pavilion occupies the reconstruction of a Qajar-era palace. The park can be reached by metro line 1.
Narenjestan-e Qavam Garden or the Qavam House is a historic house and museum in Shiraz. The magnificent mansion is an architectural marvel from the Qajar era and is located within a 3,500 square-meter garden.
The Tehran Zoological Garden, also known as Eram Zoo, is located 4 kilometer on the Tehran - Karaj Expressway in the Eram amusement Park. This zoo covers an area of 5 hectares and was inaugurated in 1992, housing over more than 290 species
The Khaju Bridge (Pol-e Khajoo) is one of the most famous bridges in Iran was built around 1650, under the reign of Abbas II, the seventh Safavid king (shah) of Iran, on the foundations of an older bridge. The existing inscriptions suggest that the bridge ...
Sahand Mountain (Kuh-e Sahand) with the height of 3707 meters (12,162 ft) is the highest mountain in East Azarbaijan Province, in addition to being an important dormant volcano in the country. Sahand mountain range is known as "the bride of Iran's ...
It's a treasure in the heart of Tehran's old city center and the building itself is worth visiting. Located in a pedestrian area, it can be a part of a day trip full of fun and new discoveries. The museum itself can be very interesting for art and history lovers, and anyone who cares about the cultural heritage of Iran and Persian Empire.
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