Azadi Square

Azadi Square is the largest squares in Tehran. The 48m Azadi Tower, symbol of Tehran, is in the center of the square. Azadi Tower, also known as Shahyad Tower, was built during the reign of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and was acknowledged as the symbol of the nation's capital.

Abgineh Museum

There is an outstanding Qajar mansion in 30-Tir St., in Tehran. This beautiful building, located in a garden, is now the museum of glass and pottery. Ahmad Qavam (Qavam os-Saltaneh) used to live and work there.

National Museum of Iran

Iran's national museum contains a collection of valuable historical remnants of Iran, located in Tehran. This museum consists of two separate buildings, one is the Museum of Ancient Iran, inaugurated in 1937 and the other is the Museum of the Islamic Era, inaugurated in 1972.

Ghasr Museum Garden

The complex, 24 hectares, was a beautiful place which included Fath-Ali Shah Qajar Palace. Reza Shah decided to have an official prison in Tehran so he brought the famous Russian architect, Nikolai Markov

Golestan Palace Tehran

Golestan Palace is the oldest palace and museum of Tehran which is registered in the thirty-seventh annual meeting of the World Heritage Committee of UNESCO's List in Cambodia and thus became the first registered monument in the capital of Iran

Masoudieh Palace Tehran

This building was constructed by Naser Al-Din Shah's son, Masoud Mirza (Zal Al-Soltan), in 1878 and therefore is called Masoudieh Building. The first library and the museum were established in this building. Besides, it was also used as cadet at the beginning of 20th century. In 1967 the first Ministry of Education established there.

Negarestan Garden Tehran

This octagonal garden was built in 1807 by Fath-Ali Shah Qajar in Zandieh dynasty architecture style and it was designed by Ali Akbar Baghban. It was the first Iranian academic center for teacher training.