Tehran's spectacular places


Tehran's spectacular places

Tehran Bazaar

An old and historic market located in downtown Tehran in the 12th zone. This Bazaar is located on the streets of Molavi in the south, Mostafa Khomeini (former Sirous) in the east, 15 Khordad in the north, and Khayyam in the west. At the intersection of these streets, Mohammadieh Square, Mowlavi intersection, and the serious intersection are located.

Thomas Herbert, in his travelogue in 1108 (Safavid period), describes Tehran's Bazaar as having no ceiling. Among the places in Tehran's bazaar, the Bein al-Haramein bazaar, from the works of Mohammad Shah Qajar period and the Amir bazaar, Amir's bazaar, and shoe bazaar is the addition of Nasser-al-Din Shah era.

Moghadam Museum, Hassan Abad

This house has been the home of Ihtisab al-Mulk. He was considered as a Qajar dynasty. This house then came to his son Dr. Mohsen Moghaddam, an archeology professor at the University of Tehran and his French wife Salma. The couple, with a unique interest in collecting historical monuments from all over Iran, were using them in their architecture and decorating their home. In 1351, the professor assigned his father's house and the objects he collected to the University of Tehran.












Masoudieh Mansion

Masoudieh mansion is one of the historical monuments of the Qajar period. It has five large mansions and has been registered in the National Records in 1998. Masoudieh's mansion along with the garden of Negarestan, Laleh Zar Garden, and Sardar Iravani Garden is one of the places that is located in the Shomal Hesar of Shah Tahmasib in Tehran during the Naseri era. As well as the features of Persian gardens, it is decorated with elements of foreign architecture.

Music Museum, Elahiyeh

In Tajrish, there is a cultural center that is considered one of the most prominent places in Tehran, which is not very popular among tourists and is the Tehran Music Museum, which has been the venue for a world of Iranian music in the last few centuries.

An exquisite collection of instruments from different parts of the country that puts the mood and the rhythm of the great and glorious tribes of Iran in the ground on a permanent exhibition of art enthusiasts.

Cinema Museum, Ferdows Garden

The Iranian Museum of Cinema is one of the museums in the province of Tehran. In the museum, photographs, documents, and equipment of the old cinema have featured cinematic characters such as duplicators and filmmakers, as well as behind the scenes of large films, posters, and other cinema-related stuff. The museum consists of several halls, sacred defense, children and teenagers, dubbing and music, and Armenians. This museum is located in Valiasr Street, Ferdows Garden.

Collection of Museums in Golestan Palace

The Golestan Palace has changed from the Safavid era to contemporary periods.

Although the foundation of the Golestan Palace dates back to the time of Shah Abbas Safavi and in 998, with the construction of four gardens inside the Shah Tahmasib Hesar. During the reign of King Solomon of Safavid (1109-1078 AH), the construction of a Diwan in the same district of Shah Abbasi is formed, but today the foundations do not have any effect; the existing Golestan palaces are remotely limited to part of the works and buildings It is from the era of Zandia and does not go beyond it.

Collection of Niavaran Palace Museums

The Niavaran Palace is located in the northeast of Tehran (Shemiranat). The formation of the Niavaran Palace dates back to the first years of the Qajar Dynasty. The Niavaran Palace complex, which became a museum complex after the Islamic Revolution, was jointly administered by the Sadabad series in 1999 and formally became independent since the beginning of 2000.










Collection of Sadabad Palace Museums

The historical-cultural complex of Sa'ad Abad is known as a collection of mansions and courtyards, which is located in Darband, the northernmost and most peaceful area of Tehran, on an area of 110 hectares. The complex has 180 hectares of natural forest, springs, aqueducts, garden gardens, greenhouses, and streets. This mansion is located north of Alborz Mountains, east of Golab Darreh, west of Velenjok and southern part of Tajrish. Jafarabad River passes through the courtyard.

Jewels Museum, Ferdowsi St.

Jewels Museum is located in Ferdowsi Avenue in Tehran and in front of the Turkish Embassy. The current treasury of jewels was created in 1334 and opened in 1339 with the establishment of the Central Bank of Iran and deposited with the bank. It is now in the protection of the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Currently, this unique collection is in the form of a museum of public viewing. Many Iranian jewels from the Safavid period, Afshar, Qajar, and Pahlavi periods have been featured in this museum. Among them are Diamonds of the Sea of Light, Nadine Jute, Farah Pahlavi Crown, Taj Kiani, Korea Jewelry Show, Peak Tow (Qajar) (Sunbed) and Takhte Naderi.

Saint Sarkis Cathedral, Villa St.

Saint Sarkis Cathedral is an Armenian Apostolic church in Tehran, Iran, completed in 1970 and named after Saint Sarkis the Warrior. It is the cathedral of the Armenian Diocese of Tehran, one of three Armenian dioceses in Iran, whose prelate is Archbishop Sepuh Sargsyan.

The Tabi'at Bridge

The Tabi'at Bridge is the largest pedestrian overpass Tehran, Iran. The 270-metre (890 ft) bridge connects two public parks—Taleghani Park and Abo-Atash Park—by spanning Modarres Expressway, one of the main highways in northern Tehran. The word habitat means "nature" in the Persian language.

The ski resort, Tochal, Dizin, Shemshak

Post and Phone Museum, National Gardens

National Museum of Medicine, North Kargar

Museum of Historical Vehicles, Karaj Special Road

Observatory, Zafarania

Shopping center

  In addition to its natural and historic attractions, Tehran has always been attractive to tourists, and sightseeing in shopping malls has always been fascinating. Tehran, with a complete set of traditional and modern shopping malls, meets the needs of all tourists.












Sana Centre in the neighborhood of Fermanagh

























Cyrus Shopping Center (at Sattari Highway)










Metal Shopping Center (on Fereshteh Street)

















Palladium Shopping Center (Velenjak Ave).


Darband, formerly a village close to Tajrish, Shemiran, is a neighborhood inside Tehran's metropolitan limits. It is the beginning of a popular hiking trail into Mount Tochal, which towers over Tehran. A chairlift is also available for those not interested in hiking. The initial start of the trail at Darband is about 250 metres long and is dotted with a number of small cafes and restaurants. These are quite popular and are busy in the evenings.

































 Darake is a neighborhood located north of the provincial capital of Tehran, Iran. It is near Evin and Velenjak. It is a popular hiking area that attracts many tourists.

Tochal Telecabin

Pars Aqua Village 

Blue Phashaphuyeh Collection, Qom Freeway

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