About Tehran Sightseeing
Golestan palace
Although the history of the Golestan Palace dates back to the time of Shah Abbas Safavi (988 AH), and is part of the logotype of Pietro Della Vale (1028 AH), which describes the city of Tehran with the district where the royal palace is surrounded by plane trees. Changes have been made, but the real significance of the citadel can be attributed to the era of Qajar Mohammad Khan.
It will gradually open its way to Fars, the center of government and power of Zandia. (Although Lord Curzon in the book of (Iran and the issue of Iran), choosing Tehran as the capital of Iran by Agha Mohammad Khan and cause the seat of the monarchy in this town near the estate headquarters of the clan itself in Gorgan and close to the Russians and care of them are some parts of this choice.) After passing over Lotf Ali Khan Zand in Sha'ban, 1209 AH, Aqa Muhammad returned to Tehran and crowned the King of Iran in Nowruz 1210 AH.
This movement of Agha Muhammad Khan increased the importance of the royal citadel more and more during the Fathali Shah Qajar era due to his coronation in this city (24 Rabi'Alaul 1212 AH / 1797 AD in the eighteenth century and at the same time as Napoleon) and through The ghostly fancies like this king of the Golestan Palace experienced more development and better dress.
In the course of Naser-al-Din Shah Qajar (Coronation Friday, 21 December, 1264 AH / Golestan Palace), the Golestan Palace, due to his domination (nearly 49 years old) and his visiting (as the first king of Iran from Europe) and his three trips to 1290, 1295 And 1306 AH was undergoing fundamental changes influenced by Europe.
Address:Tehran Province, Tehran, District 12, ark sqr, Panzdah-e-Khordad St ,, Phone: +98 21 3311 3335
Entrance fee:general admission IR150,000, main halls IR150,000, Total with all galleries and halls IR940,000
Visiting Hours: 9 to 18
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