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Tehran, the Iranian capital, amazes people with the arsenal of sightseeing opportunities it has. Private Guided Daily Tours of Tehran offer the countless things to do in Tehran, Iran. Some of the major attractions in Tehran City Breaks are:
The Golestan Complex, a memorial to the historic citadel of Tehran, registered in the UNESCO Heritage, is the residence of the Qajar dynasty and is one of the most beautiful and oldest monuments of the 200-year-old capital of Iran, due to its location in the garden or flower garden and long streets with plantain trees and cedar named Golestan.
The various sections of the complex now include the Takhte Marmar Eyvan(Marmar Throne), Karim Khani Khalvat (Karim Khan Terrace) , the Museum Room (Hall of Salaam) and its Hozkhane, the Mirror Hall, the Ivory Hall (Dining Room), the Berelian Hall or the Catering Room, the Library Building, the Pavillion of Shams ol-Emareh, Badgir Pavillion(Wind Tower) with vast Hozkhaneh, the Diamond Hall, the Abyaz Palace(White Palace) and the tent of the house.
The National Archeological Museum of Iran:
The National Museum of Iran, or the Museum of Ancient Iran, is located in the historic complex of the National Garden. The National Museum of Iran is a collection of Iranian historical treasures. The National Museum of Iran includes two separate buildings called the Museum of Ancient Iran and the Islamic Museum. About 80 years old, the National Museum of Iran is not only the largest archaeological and historical museum in Iran, but also in terms of volume, diversity, and quality of monuments in one of the world's great museums. The museum is the most important museum in the country for the maintenance, display, and research of Iranian archaeological collections. The variety of the collection of historical objects in the museum is due to the geographical extent of the country and many prehistoric, historical and Islamic periods in which human beings have lived in this land and made objects of their own. The hall of Archeology Museum of Iran has a rich collection of archeological objects that the oldest of them belong to the Paleolithic era (between one million to about 12,000 years ago) and the latest Objects of the Sassanid era, dating back over 1500 years. There are unique objects of prehistoric and historical periods in this hall.
Tehran Grand Bazaar:
The Grand Bazaar of Tehran is the heart of the country's economy, which is a memorial from the Safavid, Zand, and Qajar era, which in addition to its constructal and architectural beauty, has a proliferation history and has played its role as a great and important social center.
The main entrance, named the Grand Bazaar, was established during the era of Naser el-Din Shah, and even other entries were organized in this era. Undoubtedly, the Naser el-Din Shah period should be considered as the golden era of the Tehran Grand Bazaar, where many constructions have taken place in the Tehran Grand Bazaar.
Tourists and foreign diplomats residing in Tehran, from the late nineteenth century, described the Tehran's Bazaar as the most spectacular spot in the capital of Iran, today, the Bazaar has a special and complex architecture, corridors, spiral vaults and traditional veneers. But this beauty and complexity did not exist at the beginning of the Bazaar. Over time, the Tehran Bazaar expanded; for example, parts of the Bazaar were covered by the heat of the summer. These developments also took place in the service areas, with cafes, bars, baths, mosques, saqakhaneh and many husseiniyahs built on this Bazaar.
The Tabiat Bridge (Nature Bridge) is a three-floors, with a walk and non-automotive in Tehran, which is a symbol of Tehran, passing through the highway of Modarres and connecting the Taleghani gardens in the east and Abo Atash Park in the west.
The tree form of the columns and the choice of the name "nature" for the bridge, both emphasize the continuity of the two green spaces by Bridge. The design of this bridge is inspired by the Iranian bridge architecture, such as Khaju Bridge in Isfahan, and is a fully-fledged ecological and nature-built structure whose similar prototype has been built in the national and natural parks of France, Canada, the Netherlands, Belgium, Malaysia and Australia.
Throughout the bridge, spaces are provided with cultural, recreational and tourist functions, for example, coffee shops, cafe galleries, and the green space on the bridge, which, along with the curvature of the body, gives beautiful views.
Tajrish is the region in the metropolis of Tehran and the center of Shemiranat, located in the range of the Alborz mountain range. This square, which lies at an altitude of 1600 meters above sea level, has the mild climate and cold-tempered weather.
Tajrish Square, which is now one of the most commercial and busy places in Tehran, once was a quiet area, where the Bazaar and Imam Zadeh Saleh were the only major centers. In those days, livestock animals were used, such as nags, mules, and donkeys, and cars were seen rarely. Now Tajrish Square is one of the main causeways of Tehran that has the bus, taxi and subway station terminals, and is always busy and crowded. The Bazaar, the great Tekieh of Tajrish and Imam Zadeh Saleh, are the main attractions of Tajrish district.
With the presence in Tajrish's Bazaar, which runs from one side to the famous Tekieh of Tajrish and Imam Zadeh Saleh, and on the other hand to Qods Square and Tajrish Square, the old Tehran's space can be touched somewhat and enjoyed communicating with the locals, where many tourists refer to it as a nostalgic place and will go back to it at the first opportunity.
Everyone in Tehran is chosen Darband as the best choice for hosting guest and foreign guests. This region, located at an altitude of 1700 meters above sea level, is the main way to climb Central Alborz Mountain and starts from the Qods square (near Tajrish), and the climbing statue (located in Sarband Square) is considered to be the address for the end of this place.
Darband is a cold area and touristic in Tehran and a river named Darband flows through the village of Darband.
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