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کاخ گلستان‎, Kākh-e Golestān [Golestan Palace]

فارسی: ابنیه سلطنتی مربوط و متصل به کاخ گلستان. Mosaic tile work of royal buildings related to and connected to Golestan Palace. The complex of Golestan Palace consists of seventeen…

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عمارت بادگیر [Imarat-e Badgir, the wind catcher], کاخ گلستان [Golestan Palace]

Ceiling of the central room of Imarat-e Badgir [the wind catcher], built during the reign of Fat′h-Ali Shah Qajar and part of the Golestan Palace, the former royal Qajar complex…

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عمارت بادگیر [Imarat-e Badgir, the wind catcher], کاخ گلستان [Golestan Palace]

…Khaneh is now used as the Golestan Palace’s photo gallery (“Aks Khaneh”). The UNESCO World Heritage Site belongs to a group of royal buildings that were once enclosed within the…

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[Golestan, The Peacock Throne, Teheran, Iran] (Takht-I Taous)

Golestan Hall of which the name of the palace and the garden has been taken was a hall with four columns decorated with several mirrors. It also contained Takht-e Tavus…

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[Golestan, Le Salon et Fete de l'equinode, Teheran, Iran (le Pavillion du Trone)]

Takht-e Marmar ( Persian : تخت مرمر ) is a 250-year-old royal throne in Golestan Palace , Tehran , Iran . The throne was built from 1747 to 1751. The…

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[Golestan Palace, Teheran, Iran] (Takht-i Marmor)

Takht-e Marmar ( Persian : تخت مرمر ) is a 250-year-old royal throne in Golestan Palace , Tehran , Iran . The throne was built from 1747 to 1751. It…

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شمس‌العماره‎, Shams-ol Imareh [Edifice of the Sun]

Imarate Shams-ol Imareh (The Edifice of the Sun) is considered the most stunning structure of the Golestan Palace. Prior to the construction of the entrance to the National Garden ,…

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Palacio de Golestán, Teherán, Irán

Español: El Palacio de Golestán es el antiguo complejo real kayar situado en Teherán, capital de Irán. El monumento, Patrimonio de la Humanidad según la UNESCO, pertenece a un grupo…

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Eastern garden wall, کاخ گلستان‎, Kākh-e Golestān [Golestan Palace]

Eastern wall of the Golestan Palace complex (Persian: کاخ گلستان‎, Kākh-e Golestān) with arched niches decorated with polychrome tiles. This wall leads to the Imarate Shams-ol Imareh, located to the…

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